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FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1848: 

Being Bissextile, or Leap Year, 

AND THK SLBVKirTH AND TWKLFTH OF THE RBIGV OF 

|HEB nOST GBACIOUS MAJESTY, tUBEll YICTORIA; 

COMPILED FOR THE MERIDIAN OF 

\But will serve for any other part of the Province ;\ 

— COWTAINIWO — 

I The usual Astronomical Calculations, and a Table of the I 

Equation of Time — Lists of Provincial Officers—Sittings 

of the different Courts — Office-Bearen of Tarions 

Commercial and other Public Institutions : 

TOOST&KR WITH A CORRBCTXD LIST OF THK 

; OFFICERS OF THE PROTIXCIAIi MILITIA, 

AND OTHIR USEFVL INFORMATION. 










SAINT JOHN: 

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ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1848. 

I. A f mall Eclipse on the Sun's northern limb at the time 9t 
New Moon, March 5, in the morning, visible only in the north- 
eaatern purti of North America, including Greenland and Iceland. 

II. An Eclipse ofttie Moon on tlie 19th of March, at the time- 
of Full Moon, in the evening, visible about twenty minutes io^ 
New-Brunswick. 

III. The Sun will be Eclipsed, April 3, at the time of New 
Moon, in the evening, invisible in New-Brnnswick. 

IV. A very small Eclipse on the Sun's southern limb, at tho 
time of New Moon, Augnsi 28, in the afternoon, visible only in a. 
small tract in the Sonthern Ocean. 

V. There will be nn Eclipse of the Moon in September, visi- 
ble and total. Beginning at llh. 40m. eve. on the 12th, and end> 
ing on the 13th, at 3h. 20m. in the morning. Duration of total 
darkness, Ih. 38m.; whole duration, 3h. 36m. Depth of immersion- 
ie the earth's shadow, 20.42 digits on the northern side. 

VI. Sun Eclipsed September 27, at the time of New Moon, in. 
the morning. This Eclipse will be invisible in America, except- 
ing the north-eastern Coast of Greenland. 

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1848. 



Dominical Letters, Band A I Epact, 23 
Golden Number, 6 | Solar Cycle, 9 



Roman Indiction, 6» 
Julian Period, 6561 



MOVEABLE FESTIVALS OF THE CHURCH. 



Soptuagesima Sunday, Feb. 20 
Sexagesima Sunday, " 27 
Shrove Sunday, March 5 

Ash Wednesday, " 8 

First Sunday in Lent, •* 12 
Good Friday, April 21 



Easter SuifOAT, 
Rogation Sunday, 
Holy Thursday, 
Whit Sunday, 
Trinity Sunday, 
Advent Sunday, 



April 23 
May 28 
June 1 

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" 18 
Dec. 3. 



HOLIDAYS AT THE PUBLIC OFFICES. 



January 1 , New Year's Day. 
March 17, Saint Patrick. 
April 23, Saint George. 
May 24, Queen's Birtli Day- 
June 20, Queen's Ascension. 
June 24, Saijit Juhn. ' 
June 28, Queen's Coronation.' 
September 29, Michaelmaa. 






November 30, Saint Andrew. 

December 25, Christmas Day. 

" 26 ? 

2j* > Christmas Holidays. 

Ash Wednesday. 
Good Friday. 
Easter Monday. 
Easter Tuesday. 






*V* Aries, Ram, 
y Taurus. Buil, 
H Gemini, Tivinsi 
25 Cancer, Cra6, 
Si Leo, Lierit 
T9i Virgo, Virgitt^ 



SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 

head, ^ Libra, Balance^ reins, 

neck. vi\ Scorpio, Scorpion^ secrets^ 

arms. 4> Sagittarius, ilrcA^r, thigbi. 

breast. 1^ Capricornus, G^tat, knees, 

heart. ZtS Aquarius, Waterman, legs. 

beHy. >^Pisce8i Fisfies, k%L 



TABLE OF THE EQUATION OF TIM&-1848. 



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23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Jan'y 



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4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

11 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 



42 
10 
38 

6 
33 


26 
52 
18 
43 

7 

30 
53 
16 
37 
58 
19 
38 
57 
15 
32 
49 

5 
20 
34 
47 


12 
23 
33 
43 



Feb. 



SLOW 



13 51 

13 59 

14 6 
1413 
1418 
14 22 
14 26 
14 29 
14 31 
14 33 
14 33 
14 33 
14 32 
14 30 
14 28 
14 24 
14 20 
1415 
1410 
14 4 
13 57 
13 49 
13 41 
13 33 
13 23 
1314 
13 3 
12 52 
1241 



Mar. 



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12 29 
1217 
12 4 

1150 
1137 
1122 

11 8 

10 53 

10 37 

10 22 

10 

9 49 

932 

9 15 

858 

8 41 

8 23 

8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 



5 
47 
29 
10 
52 
34 
15 



5 57 
538 
519 
5 1 
4 43 
424 
4 6 



Apr. 



© 

Slow 

M. S. 



48 
30 
123 



54 
2 37 
2 19 
2 2 

145 
1 28 
I 12 
056 
40 
24 
S/o93 
Fa63 
213 
353 
493 
23 
15 3 
283 
403 



May 



© 

FAST 
Mt 8. 



une 




52 
3 

13 
2 24 
2 33 
2 42 
2 51 
2 59 



8 



7 
14 
20 
26 
31 
36 
40 
44 
47 
49 
51 
53 
53 
54 
53 
52 
51 
49 
47 
44 
40 
36 
31 
26 
20 
14 
7 

52 
44 
36 



27 
17 

7 

57 
47 
36 
25 
14 
2 
50 
88 
26 
14 
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24 
37 
050 
2 
15 
28 
41 
54 
7 
20 
82 
45 
57 
9 
21 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 



July 



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44 
55 

6 
17 
27 
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555 

3 
11 
19 



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4 
4 
264 
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3 
3 
3 

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2 

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39 
44 
49 
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58 
1 
4 
7 
912 
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10 
11 
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10 

8 

6 

30 



Aug 



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51 
46 
40 
33 
26 
19 
10 

1 

52 
42 
31 
20 

9 
56 
44 
31 
17 

3 

48 
33 
18 

2 
46 
29 
12 
55 
87 
19 

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37 
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55 
16 
36 
57 
17 
38 
59 
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24 
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6 27 




10 99 

10 48 

11 6 
1124 
1142 

12 
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12 33 
18 49 

13 5 
13 20 
13 35 

13 49 

14 3 
1416 
14 28 

14 40 
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4a|15 12 

915 22 
15 30 
15 38 
15 45 
15 52 

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16 13 
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1617 
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1615 
1613 
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16 7 
16 2 
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15 51 
15 44 
15 36 
15 27 
1518 
15 8 
14 56 
14 44 
14 31 
14 17 
14 8 
13 47 
13 31 
13 14 
12 56 
12 37 
12 18 
1158 
11 37 
11 16 
10 54 



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517 
4 49 
4 20 
350 
321 
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16 9 


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16 17 


16 14 


16 8 


15 69 


16 52 


15 46 


15 45 


15 48 


15 54 


16 2 


16 11 


16 16 


13 


16 17 


16 13 


16 6 


15 57 


15 50 


15 46 


16 45 


15 49 


15 56 


16 4 


16 12 


16 17 


19 


16 16 


16 12 


16 4 


15 66 


16 49 


1545 


15 46 


15 50 


15 57 


16 6 


16 13 


16 17 


25 


16 16 


16 10 


16 3 


19 54 


15 4S 


15 45 


15 46 


15 51 


16 59 


16 7 


16 14 


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SIGNALS 

Made at Partridge hland an the appraack qf Veetelt to the Harbonr 

qf St. John. 

Oot Bill, cloie, for one iquare-rigftd Tentl. 

Otm Ball, bair-boitted, for two ■quire* rined venelt. 

Tvo Ballt, doit, for th ret squire- rigged feiieli. 

Two Belli, eepirited, for four iqoire-rigged Teiieli. 

A PendiDt, of loy eolour. for five iqnire-rigged Tecieli. 

A PeDdint over • Bill hilf*hoiiled, for eeven equire'rigged veitelv. 

A Peidint under two Bille cloie. for eight equare^rigged veiseia. 

A Pendant between two Belli lepirite, fer nine equare-rigged vee eele. 

A Flag of any colour, for ten or more veiiele. 

[The above are hoiited at the East or Weet yard-arm, according to 
the Quarter the veiaela firet appear in, and when their rig can be mede 
oat, the following descriptive colours will be heieted at the mast-head ;} 

A Union Jack for a Flag Ship, with or without a sqoadron. 
with a Red Pendant over, for a two^ecker. 
with a Blue Pendant over, for a Frigate. 
„ with a White ditto, for a small armed vessel. 

A Blue Pendant, for a merchant ship or barque. 

A Red ditto, for a merchant brig or brigaotine. 

A White and Blue ditto, for a foreign square-rigged vessel. 

A White ditto, without a Ball, for a topsail schooner or sloop. 

A Flag, Blue end White horiiontally, a neutral fleet. 

A Pendant, White and Blue, a nentral man of war. 

A Blue Flag, a neutral merchant ship. 

A Red, White and Blue Flag, an enemy's fleet. 

A Red, While and Blue Pendant, an enemy's man-of war. 

A Union Jack over neutral or enemy's signals, the vessel is detained 
or a priie. 

A white Flag over any signs!, the Tessel bears a flag of truce. 

A Red Flag pierced White, for a Steam-boat from Digby. 

A Blue Flag pierced White, for a Steam-beat from Saint Andrewt 
or Eastport. 

A Red FIsg with a White square, for a Steam-boat from Boston. 

A Ball at tbe meat-head, vessel is on shore or in distress ;— should 
immediate aid be necessary, guns to be fired. 

In thick westher a gun will be fired on Pertridge Island in answer 
to each gun heard at sea. There is a Fog Bell on the Island, which is 
roDR in foggy weather, to warn vessels of their approach to the shore. 

When a vessel requirea a Pilot, her descriptive Pendant will be 
shewn at tbe yard-arm instead of a ball. 



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TIME FOR GOING THROUGH THE FALL^, 

KEAR THE CITT OF SAIITT JOHN. 

The Falls are level or atill water abont three and a half hoars on 
the flood, and abont two and a half on the ebb, ao that they are 
passable four times in twenty-four hours, about ten or fifteen minuiea 
each time. No other rule can be given, as mach dependa on the 
floods in the River Ssint John, and the time of high water or full eea, 
which is often hastened by high winds, and in proportion to the height 
of them. For a few days in the apring of the year, tbe height of 
water in the River St. John renders tbe passage of'^the Falls extreme- 
ly difficult. 



JANUARY. 



1848. 



Air pumpi invented, 1654. Air guns invented, 1656. 

Apple-treef, two kinds of, brought from Syria and Africa into 

Italy, nine ;^ear8 before Christ. 

Arithmetic introduced into Europe from Arabia, 991. 

Arithmetic, decimal, invented, 1402. 

______ 

New Moon, 6tb, 7h. 23m. morning. 
First Quarter, 13th, 7h. 2m. morning. 
Full Moon, 20tli, 7h. 21m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 28th, 7h. 15m. morning. 



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Clear and cold. 

Moon runs low. 
Epiphany. 

Lueian. 

1st Sund. after Epipb. 

Aldb. go. 9h 8tn 

Fine winter 
Moon in perigee. 

weather, 
Veius risei 4h 5m 

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Moon runs high. 

Stormy. 7 

Fabiao. 7 

Agnes. 7 

Vincent. i7 

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Mo Cold, f 

Tu Conv. of St. Paul. 7 

We Venus rises 4h 35m 7 

Th Moen in apogee. 7 

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37 ha 

87 b.? 

re 
re 
re 
se 
iie 
th 
th 



37 

1 2« 
3 20 
3 16 



High 
water 
A. m. 

7 20 

8 38 
930 

10 18 

11 1 
11 43 
Morn 

21 

1 1 
1 39 
3 21 
3 5 

3 52 

4 44 

5 46 

6 59 

8 15 

9 30 

10 28 

11 20 
•V 5 

46 

1 32 

1 58 

2 84 

3 7 

3 44 

4 22 

5 6 

6 7 

7 36 



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1848. 



FEBRUARY. 



f 

hi 



Banks fint began, 808; that of Venioe, 1157 ; of Genoa, 1345: 
ofAmaterdam, 1609; of Hambnrgh, 1710; of Rotterdam, 1635; 
or£n|;land, 1640; established, 1694; in the East Indies, 1787; 
America, in 1791. 

Books, in the present form, were invented bj Attains, King of 
Pergamus, 887. [1569. 

Book-keeping first nsed after the Italian method, in London, 

MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 4th, 8h. 58m. evening. 
First Quarter, 11th, 8h. 12m. evening. 
Full Moon, 18th, lib. 13m. evening. 
Third Quarter, 27th, 3h. 38m. morning. 



1 

8 

S 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

19 

is 

14 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 



P 

Tu 
We 
Th 
Fri 

Sat 

SU 
Mo 
Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

Wei 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 




2*Th 
85 Fri 
26|Sat 



27 

98 



SU 
Mo 



29 Tu 



Moon roDS low, 
Purif.B.V.M. Can- 

Fin§ [cHemag. 
Jupiter 80. 9b 59ni. 
Venuir.4h38ni. /or 
fttb Sun. af. Epipb. 
Moon in perigee. 

the seoion. 
Skim »0, 9h 84ru * 
Q.yic.&P.AIb.nar. 
[1840 

Expeei a storm 
6tli Sun. aft Epipb. 
St. Valentine, about 
this time. 

Siriug so. 8b 59m 

Clear and 
Septuagesima Sun. 



Moon in apogee. 
St. Matthias. 
Merc's gr. e\cmg. E. 
Changeable, 
Sezageiima Sunday 
Moon runs low. 
Jupiter ao. Sb 10m I 



© 


SVN*I 


OR.U 


High 


RicAStti 


dec.S 


& S. 


v-/ 


water 


A. m. h» nt. 


d, tn. 


h, M. 


PI 


m9 IN* 


7 17 5 .11 


17 12 


4 10 


th 


Morn 


7 16 5 13 


16 55 


5 2 


ko 


841 


7 15 5 14 


16 S7 


5 50 


kn 


9 48 


7 14 5 15 


16 19 


Sets. 


le 


10 S6 


7 IS 5 17 


16 1 


9 19 


le 


11 22 


7 11 5 18 


15 43 


7 SO 


fe 


Morn 


7 10 5 19 


15 25 


8 41 


fe 


045 


7 9 5 21 


15 


9 52 


be 


125 


7 8 5 22 


14 47 


11 2 


he 


2 5 


7 7 5 23 


14 27 


Morn 


ne 


2 4S 


7 5 5 25 


14 8 


12 


ne 


SSS 


7 4 5 26 


13 48 


1 18 


ar 


4 19 


7 3 5 27 


IS 28 


2 22 


ar 


SIT 


7 1 5 28 


13 8 


S80 


br 


6 29 


7 5 SO 


12 47 


4 IS 


br 


7 54 


6 58 5 31 


12 27 


5 


br 


9 IS 


6 67 5 3«i 


12 6 


5 42 


ha 


10 21 


6 56 5 34 


1145 


6 19 


ba 


11 9 


6 54 5 35 


1124 


Rises 


be 


1152 


6 53 5 S6 


11 2 


7 24 


be 


eyfi9 


6 51 6 »7 


10 41 


8 23 


re 


1 S 


6 50 5 S9 


10 19 


9 19 


re 


1 34 


6 48 5 40 


957 


10 16 


re 


2 6 


6 47 6 41 


9 35 


11 12 


se 


2 35 


6 45 5 42 


913 


Morn 


se 


S 9 


6 44 5 44 


8 51 


8 


th 


S44 


6 42 5 45 


8 28 


1 4 


th 


421 


6 40 5 46 


8 6 


15;? 


lb 


5 IS 


6 39 5 47 


7 43 


2 49 


i^n 


6^ 



MARCH. 



r848. 



Bread first made with yeait by the Engliih, 1650. 

Rricka firnt uied in England by the Romans. The size ordered, 
1626, by Cbai.es I. 

Cloth, coarse woollen, introduced into England, 1191; first made 
at Kendal, 1390 ; medleys fintt made, 1614. 

MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 5th, 8b. 23m. morning. 
First Quarter, 11th, lib. 57m. evening. 
Full Moon, 19(h, 4b. 26m. evening. 
Third Quarter, 27tb, 8h. 35m. evening. 



"■'t 



P 

• 

1 

2 

S 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

13 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

30 

dl 

22 

23 

24 

35 

26 

27 

28 

SO 



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• 

We 

Th 
Fri 
Sat 

SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Ffi 

Sst 

SU 

Me 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 



CALENDAR, &c. 



30 Th 



(v) IScn'si O R. 
Rit.& Sets dec.S& sets 



6 37 5 
6 35 5 
G 34 5 
6 32 5 
6 31 5 
6 29 5 
6 27 5 
6 26 5 
6 24 5 
6 32 5 
6 20 6 
6 19 6 
G 17 6 
6 15 6 
6 13 6 
6 13 6 
6 10 6 
6 8 6 
6 7 6 
6 5 6 
St. Benedict. 6 3 6 

Moon in apogee. 6 16 
Jupiter sets 3h 15m6 6 
Fariable)5 58 6 
Annun. Lady Day.^5 56 6 
3d Sunday in Lent. 5 54 6 
Mopn runs low. 5 53.6 
about thit time^b 51 6 
Reg ulus ao. 9h SOin'S 49 6 
" 5 47 6 

5 46 6 



St. David. 

ProcyoB so. 8b 43m 
Mercury itat. Snow 
at hand. 
Qain()uagesima Sun. 
Moon in perigee. 
Shrove Tt^esday. 
Ash Wednes. Mo- 
derate and fine. 
Regulus so. lOh 45fn 

1st Sunday in Lent. 
Hersch. disc. 1771. 
Bltutering 
and cold. 
Regulusso. 1 Ob 21m 

Saint Patrick. 

mid. 

3d Sunday in Lent. 



49 
50 
51 
53 
53 
66 
56 



7 30 
6 57 
6 34 
6 11 
5 48 
5 25 
5 I 

57 4 33 

58 4 14 
69 3 51 

1 3 37 



Mom 

14 

3 3 4l 1 15 



Jvpater aets lb 49ai 
Frif Fine. 



3 
4 
5 
6 
8 
9 

lOl 
U 
13 
13 
14 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
91 
32 
23 



O 
PI 



3 39 kn 

4 34 le 

5 7Je 
5 47fe 



Sets. 

7 32 

8 46 

9 58 



3 40 
2 16 
1 53 
1 29 
1 5 



he 
he 
ne 



11 8lne 



3 10 
3 59 

3 41 

4 19 
4. 53 



42 5 34 



iS. 13 

N. 6 

29 

53 

1 17 
140 



ar 

ar 

ar 

br 

br 

ha 

ha 

be 

be 

be 



Rites. 

7 11 

8 Ore 

9 4'se 
10 8'8e 
10 55 le 



2 411 49 



2 37 

3 51 
3 14] 

3 37 

4 1 
4 24 



Morn 

41 

1 SO 
3 16 

2 59 



th 
th 
kn 
kb 
kb 
le 



3 39tl« 



High 

water 

h, tn. 

7 49 

9 7 
10 12 
10 67 
1142 
morn 

2& 

1 4 
147 

2 31 

3 14 

4 1 
456 
6 9 
736 
9 

10 3 
10 49 
1130 
ev 3 

37 

1 6 
1 37 
3 8 

[ 2 33 
3 10 
3 50 
489 
544 
711 

8 31 



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1848. 



APRIL. 



si 



CoacbM first UMd in England, 1580 ; an act paaaed to pravtnt 
inen ridin| in coaebei, ai aSSiniinate, in 1601. 

CofTce nrat brought to England by Mr. Nathaniel Conopiiif, t 
CraUn, who made it hif common beverage at Baliol College, Ox- 
ford, in 1641. 

Gunpowder invented bv a monk, 1330 ; firit made in England, 
1418. 

MOON'S PHASES. 
New Moon, 3d, 6h. 17m. evening. 
First duarter, 10th, lOh. 5m. morning. 
Full Moon, 18tb, 9h. 27m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 26th, 9h. 36m. morning. 



] 
9 

S 
4 



Sat 

SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 



10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
U 
Id 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
98 
33 
24 
95 
96 
27 
99 
99 



Regului 10. 9h 18m 
4th Sunday in Lent. 



«iTh 
''Fri 
3 Sat 
^SU 



Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 



CALENDAR, &c. 



jieoldtfelil 40 6 



St. Ambrose. 

may be looked far. 

Moon runa high. 
Hh Sunday in Lent. 
CAangeabie, 

Showery, 
Regulua so. 8ti dim 

for iome days. 
Palm Sunday. 

Moon in apogee. 

Fair atutjine. 
Good Friday. 
Saturn's ring disap. 
Easter Sanday. St. 
George. 
St. Mark. 
WeiSpiea sou. 10k 56m. 



Th 
Fri 
Sat 



aosu 



Aret. so. lib 44ri 
JRain. 

Low Sunday. 




• 
1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 V 
111 
12; 

14 g 

15 b 

ISI 
19] 
20! 
311 

221 
33' 
94^ 
25' 
26] 
271 
381 
39 



MAY. 



1848. 



Earthen Yafteii first madt by the Romana, 715 before Chriat; 
the first made in Italj, 1310. 
Iron diaeovered bv the burning oPMonnt Ida, 1406 B.C. 
Iron firat caatin England, at Backstead, Suasex, 1544. 
Tobacco first discovered by the Spaniards in Yucatan, 1520. 

MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 3d, 2h. 31m. morning. 
Firat Quarter, 9th, lOh. 13m. evening. 
Full Moon, 18tb, Ih. 58m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 25th, 7h. 3m. evenmg. 



a; 

• 

1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
33 
S4 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



n 



• 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 



30 Tu 



We 



CALENDAR, &c. 



St. Phil. & St. Jaroei. 
Moon in perigee. 

Fair ana mild. 
Arct. 10. lib. 16m. 
[runs high. 
St.Jhn. Evan. Moon 
2d Sund. aft. Easter. 

CAt7/4 
Cerea sou. 8h. 17m. 
Aret. aou. lOh. 58m. 
Aatareaseu. lb. 4m. 
windt. 

3d Sund. aft. EaiCer. 
Moon in apogee. 

Perhapi rain. 

[John, '83. 

Loyalisti land in St. 

Fair. 

Moon runs low. 

4th Sun. aft. Easter. 

Pleasant and 
fine. 
Q. Victoria born 1819. 
Arct. aou. 9h. 94m. 

Fatr and A 
Rogation Sunday. 

warm. 
Arot. aou. Ph. 34ro. 
Moon io perigee. 




' 



1848. 



JUNE. 






Paper made of cotton rags was in use in 1000 ; that of linen 

ragi in 1417 ; the inanufuctiire of, introduced into England, at 

Dartford, in Kent, 1588; scarcely any but brown paper made in 

England till 16i)0; white paper first made in England, 1690. 

Windowi of giaiis first used in England for houses, 1180. 

______ . 

Kew Moon, 1st, 9h. 56m. morning. 
First Quarter, 8th, Oh. 32m. evening. 
Full Moon, 16th, 4h. 14m. evening. 
Third Quarter, 24th, Ih. 43m. morning. 
New Moon, 30th, 5h. 35m. evening. 



-< 

1 

S 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

9 



10 

11 

13 

13 

14 

U 

16 

IT 

IS 

19 

80 

91 

22 

23 

94 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 



Th 
Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

f^ri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sal 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 



CALENDAR, &e. 



High 
water 



Ascension Day. 
Moou runs high. 
Arcturutso. 9h 19m. 

Sun. aft. Aicension. 

Very hot and 

sultry. 

An tares so. lib 13m 

Aroturus so.Sh 56m 

Showers. 

Whit Sun. St. Bar- 
[nabas. 
Clear and hot. 
Antare^ so. lOh 46mK ^^ 
Probably 
thunder thowers 
St. Albans. 

Trinity SuBd. Wa- 
. [terloo. 
Very hot. 
Merc'*, gr. elong. E. 
Antares so. lOh 14tn 
Hot and dry. 
I^at. St. John Bap. 
IstSun. aft. Trinity. 
Showers. 
[toria cwnd. i8S8. 
WelMoofiiffper. Q.Vio- 
Th St. Peter. Sultry. 
'Sol Fri JMooD runs high. 




I 
2 
S 
4 
5 
6 
7 

3 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
SOT 
StiF 
22* S 

83 S 

84 9 
851 
^6\ 
271 
881 
89 S 

3ll] 



JULY. 



1848. 



-•-t- 



Printiog iorented by John Faust, 1441 ; first made public by 
John Guttenbargh, of Mentz, 1458 ; brought into England by 
William Caxton, a mercer of London, 1471, who had a press in 
Westminster Abbey, till 1497; first patent granted for ii, 1591; 
first set up in Constantinople, 1784. 

MOON^slPHASEi. 

First Quarter, 8th, 4h. 46m. morning. 
Full Moon, 16ih, 4h. 37m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 23d, 6h. 44m. morning. 
New Moon, 30th, 2h. 41m. morning. 



1 

2 

S 

4 

5 

6 

7 

3 

9 

10 

11 

12 

Id 

14 
U 
16 
17 
18 
19 
SO 
31 
22 
83 
24 
S5 



87 

98 

31 



Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Ta 

We 

Th 

fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

Wei 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

W« 

Til 

Fri 

Sftt 

8U 

Mo 



CALENDAR, &e. 



Seasonal>le skmvers. 

2d Siuj. af. Trin. Vi». 

[B. V.Mary. 

not. 

Mercury itat. 

Saturn stat. 

Changeable. 
3d Sunday afterTrin. 

Very fine, 
Antarosso.^Sb. 58m 
High uinds 
Moon runs low. 
St. Swithin. 
4tb Sunday af. Trin: 
for the tenaon. 
Vega sou. lOh 4'4En 



Ris. & Sets 
h. m, h, m. 



29 
29 
30 
30 
31 
32 



7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 



3a 7 

33 7 
S4»7 



Margaret. 

D^lvoeaiherA 
4 

5tb S«n. after Triifc 4 
Moon in perigee. !4 
St.. James. .Ratn. 4 
St. Aoue. 4 



^.4Qn runs bijgb. 4 

[Hecsoh. fitai; 4 

Mterc. Stat. 4 

Otii^S.aftTriQ.. Dog 4 

d^ys begio.U 



34 
35 
SG 
37 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
43 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



38 
38 
38 
37 
87 
37 
36 
3G 
35 
35 
34 
34 
33 
33 
82 
31 
31 
30 

a9 



Sun's 
dec.N 
d, m. 



4»7 



50 
SI 
5a I 
53 7 



23 5 
23 1 
22 56 
22 51 
22 45 
22 39 
2-2 33 
22 26 
22 19 
22 11 
22 3 
21 55 
21 46 
21 37 
21 27 
21 17 
21 7 
20 57 
20 46 
28 20 35 
27j20 23 
27|2i 11 
26 19 59 
2519 46 
24; 19 33 
23 19 20 
22,19 e 
22 18 52 
18 88 
18 24 
1813 9 



O R 
& S. 
h. 



in. 



8 
8 
9 
10 3 

10 34 

11 3 
n 32 
Morn 

1 

31 

1 4 
1 40 
2 



o 

PI 



3 
3 



Rises. 
8 17 



8 

10 
10 
M 
11 



7 2l| 
7 30| 



Morn 

31 

1 18 

2 11 

3 9 

4 10 
Sets. 

8 



ajbr 

50 ha 

29 ha 

be 

be 

be 

re 

re 

■e 

se 

se 

th 

iih 

kn 

kn 

kn 

le 

lo 

fe 

f« 

he 

he 

oe 
»r 
ar 



21 
7 
59 



54 

29 
3 
87 
12 
50 



High 
water 
h. m. 

1152 
Morn 

40 

1 24 

2 6 

2 48 

3 31 

4 14 
& 

5 53 

6 50 

8 2 

9 4 

10 
[10 45 

11 27 
lev. 6 

46 

1 28 

2 3 
2 44 
8 38 

4 17 

5 14 

6 20 

7 35 

8 50 

9 67 
1^0 58 

ha|1143 



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br 
br 



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' 1848. 



AUGUST. 



if?; > 






Compan, seaman'f , iovented in China, 1130 before Christ ; 
said to uie one at Venice, 1260 ; improved at Naples, 1302 ; its 
variation observed, 1500 ; its dippine, 1576. 

Potatoes first brought to England from America, by Sir Francis 
Drake, introduced into Ireland, 1610. 

MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 6th, 10b. 13m. evening. 
Full Moon, 14th, 3h. 32ni. evening. 
Third Quarter, 21st, llh. 24m. morning. 
New Moon, 28th. 2h. 17m. evening. 



1 

8 
4 



^ 



CALENDAR, &c. 



5 

6 

7 

6 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



lb 
16 
17 
18 
19 



81 
22 



Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

Wt 

Th 

Fri 



Mo 
Tu 

23|We 
S4 

Sd 

26 

27 

28 

99 



Tu (Lammas. 

We Dry and warm. 

Th Abd. Chai. X. 1830. 

Fri 

[in apogee. 

7th S. afTrin. Moon 

[Transfiguration. 

Vega south 9h Sim. 

VariabUi 

St. Lawroncf. 

wiih rain. 
[Addlaideb. 1792. 
8th Sun. afTrin. Q, 
Altair sou. lOb. 9m. 
Very warm. 
Saturn sou. 2h Sm 
G'cfireinStJohn;39 
Thimder tnowers. 
Moon in perigee. 
9th SuQ. after Trin. 



Rii.&Sets 
A.m. k. m. 



Sat 
1*IMo 



Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 



Th 
Fri 
Sat 
SU 



Warm and fine. 
Moon runs high. 
St. Bartholomew. 
Saturn sou. Ih S5m 
Pr. Albert b. 1819. 
1 0th Sun. after Trin. 



Ma St. Augustine. 



Tu St. Jo^B Bap. be. 

30 We Lopk for 

8\ Th| thunder thowen. 




• 


• 


? 


• 


iFri 


3Sa 


3 


SI 


4 


M( 


5 


Tu 


6 


W 


7 


Th 


8 


Fr 


9 


Sa 


10 


SI 


11 


M 


12 


Ti 


13 


W 


14 


Tl 


15 


Fr 


16 


Si 


17 


SI 


18 


M 


19 


Tl 


20 


W 


21 


Tl 


22 


Fi 


23 


Sf 


24 


SI 


35 


M 


S6 


T 


27 


W 


28 


Tl 


Sfi 


F 


SO 


S( 



SEPTEMBER. 



1848. 



m. 



Watches invented at Nurembnrgh, in Germany, 1477 ; fint used 
in astronouaical observations, 1500. The Emperor, Charles V. 
was the first who had anything that might bie called a watch, 
though some called it a small table clock, 1530. Watches first 
brought to England from Germany, 1577 ; spring pocket ones in- 
vented by Hooke, 1658. 

MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter. 5th, 3h. 59m. evening. 
Full Moon, 13th, Ih. 44m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 19th, 5h. 14m. evening. 
New Moon, 27th, 4h. 51m. morning. 



1 



2 
3 
4 
& 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

n 
Id 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
23 
23 

34 
35 
36 
27 
28 
39 
90 



9 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

Wc 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 
Mo 
Tu 

Wej 



CALENDAR, &c. 



Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 

Tu 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 



Changeable 
about this time, 
nth Sun. after Trin. 

Chilly momingt 
and evenings, 

Nat. B. V. Mary. 

[days end. 

IStbS. aft Trin. Dog 

fVindy. 

Eelipseof Moon beg. 

Eclipse eDdi. 

Bain 
Moon in perigee. 

about this time, 
13th S. after Trin. 

Fine and fair, 
Saturn so. lib 36m 
Moon runs high. 
St. Matthew. 

Perhaps rain. 



Ris.&Set8 
h, m h, fit. 



5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

i5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

b 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 



36 

38 

39 

30 

31 

33 

S3 

34 

35 

36 

37 

3S 

39 

40 

41 

43 

43 

44 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

53 

53 



6 32 
6 30 
6 29 
6 27 
6 25 
6 24 
32 
30 
19 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



17 
15 



6 13 
6 13 
6 10 
6 8 



14th S. after Trin. 
Aldbar ris. 9h 36m. 

More settled.^ 

about this iimeJd 64 

5 55 

St. Michael. 5 56 

St. Jerome. J?atfi;5 58 



6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



6 

5 

3 

1 

59 

67 

56 

54 

52 

50 

48 

47 

45 

43 

41 



Sun's 
decN 
d, m. 



8 5 
7 43 
7 21 
6 59 
6 36 
6 14 
551 
5 29 
5 6 
4 43 
4 31 
3 58 
3 35 
3 12 
2 48 

2 26 

3 2 
1 39 
1 15 
52 
0^^ 

s, 5 
8. 18 

41 

1 5 
138 

1 53 

2 15 
3S8 

3 2 



O R. 

& S. 
h, m. 



8 83 

9 3 
9 36 

10 13 

10 54 

11 39 
Mom 

31 

1 37 

2 38 

3 33 
4.43 

Rises 



O 
PI 



7 
7 



12 
50 

8 30 

9 16 
10 3 

10 57 

11 55 
Morn 

56 

1 57 

2 59 



4 

5 1 
Sets 

6 33 

7 4 
7 36lse 



re 
se 
le 

se 

th 

tb 

kn 

kn 

le 

le 

>e 

fe 

fe 

be 

he 

ne 

oe 

ar 

ar 

br 
br 
ha 
ba 
be 



Higb 
water 
h, fit. 



Oibe 
be 
re 
re 
se 



1 19 

1 52 
3 33 

2 56 

3 32 

4 11 

5 4 

6 17 

7 37 
853 
9 51 

10 38 

11 22 
ev, 1 

40 
131 

2 4 

3 47 
335 

4 39 

5 40 

7 6 

8 30 
938 

10 38 

11 9 
11 45 
morn 

19 
50 






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1848. 



OCTOBER. 



t 



Coals discovered near Newcastle, 1^34; first dog at Newcastle 
by a charter granted the town by Heury IIL; first used, 1860 ; dy- 
ers, brewers, &c. in the feign of Edward I. began to use sea coal 
for fire, in 1350. 

Sail-cloth first made in England, 1590.' 



MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 5th, 9h. 17m. morning. 
Full Moon, 12th, lib. ^m. morning. 
Third Quarter, 19lh, Ih. 44m. morning. 
New Moon, 26th, lOh. 2m. morning. 






4 

d 
6 
7 
6 
9 



1^1 






SU 
Mo 

We 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

SU 

Mo 



10 Tu 



We 



12 Tb 
14 Sat 

ibsu 

10 Mo 
We 



17 
1« 
10 Th 
20 Wi 



21 
22 
28 
24 
26 



27 

28 



Sat 
SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 



20 Tb 



Pri 
Sat 



29 SP 

30; Mo 
SlrTu 



CALENDAR, &c. 



15thS. af.Tr. Moon 
[in apogee. 
Saturn sou, lOh 37 in 
Mo«n runi low. 

Fair and pieasant. 
Faith. 

1 6th Sun after Trin. 
St. Denys. 
Saturn aeuth lOhSin 
Cold rains. 

M00nrin peri^flo. 

17tii Son. after Trin. 
Merc's gr.elong. E. 
Fine 
St. Luke. 

leasonabh weather. 

B«it. Navarino, 1S27. 

Batt. Trafalgar, 1305. 

Idth Sun. after Trin. 

Clfiudy vfeafher 

St. Crispin. 
7*'s80uth 111 19m 

Snvw or rain. 
St. Simon & St. Jude. 
19lhS. after Trin. 

Moderate, 
Moon runs low. 



Rii.&Seti 



SUN*B 

dee. 8 
d, m. 



59 

1 
2 
S 
4 
« 
7 
8 
9 
10 
U 

\e 12 

6 14 

6 15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

6 21 

6 22 

6 23 

6 24 

6 26 

6 27 

6 28 

6 29 

6 31 

6 32 

6 33 

6 34 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



40 
SS 
36 
34 
33 
31 
29 
28 
26 
24 
S3 
21 
19 
18 



5 16 
5 15 



13 
11 

lOi 
8 

7 
5 
4 
2 
1 
50 
58 



4 67 



4 
4 
4 



55 
54 
53 



8 

3 
4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

11 

M 

II 

12 

12 

13 

18 

13 

14 

14 



25 
48 
12 
35 
58 
21 
44 

7 
38 
53 
15 
38 


23 
45 

7 

29 
51 
H 
34 
56 
17 
38 
59 
19 
40 


20 
40 


19 



13 



o 


High 


PI 


wacer 


le 


1^1 


th 


152 


th 


2 24 


kn 


2 56 


kn 


3 36 


kn 


4 25 


le 


5 30 


le 


656 


fe 


8 14 


fe 


9 21 


h* 


10 » 


he 


10 6a 


ne 


1183^ 


ne 


er.l6. 


ar 


1 


ar 


144 


iir 


2 31 


br 


3 B 


ha 


4 15 


ha 


5 24 


ba 


6 47 


be 


a 9 


be 


015 


re 


10 4 


re 


1045 


re 


U 19 


se 


11 59 


le 


mom 


th 


«2» 


th 


54 


tb 


126. 



^1 
a: 

• 

1 

2 
3 
4 



8 

9 
10 
11 

12 { 

13 \9 

14 1 

15 V^ 
161 

17 F 

18 S 

19 S 

20 A 
21 
22 
23 
24| 
25 
2ii 
27 
26 
29 
3C 



NOVEMBER. 



1848. 



8ho«sorth« present fashion first worn in England, 1633; but 
the buckle was not introduced till 1670. 

Sun-dials invented, 558, B.C. ; the (ifst erected at Rome, when 
time was divided into hours, 306, B. C. 

Weights and measures invented, 669 before Christ; fixed to a 
standard in England, 1257; regulated, 1492. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 4th, Ih. 19ra. morning. 
Full Moon, 10th. 8h. 51m. evening. 
Third Quarter, 17th, 2h. 3m. evening. 
New Moon, 25th, 4h. 46m. evening. 



a: 



1 

2 
8 

4 



CALENDAR, &e. 



We 
Th 
Fri 
Sat 
6SU 
6 Mo 
Tu 
We 
Th 
Fri 
Sat 

SU 
Ho 
Tu 
We 
I'Ph 
Fri 
Sfit 



1 

8 

9 

10 

11 

Id 

14 
16 
16 
17 

18 
19 



SI 
32 
23 
24 
2§ 
26 
27 
26 
20 



|Sun's 
Ris. & Sets dec. s 
h. m. h, m* d, m 



AH Saints da/. 
All Souls. Dry 

and cold. 

20th Swi. after Trin. 

Changeable. 
[Transit of MercJ 
Albert, P. W.b. 1841. 
[in perigee. 
St. Martin. Mood 
2 lets, after Trin. 
Moon rung high. 

Fresty 

7 *'• sou. 1 Ih 5atn 



20|Mo 
Tu 



We 
Th 
Fri 
Sat 
SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 
Th 



Mere. stat. 
2ad Sun. after Trin 
Cold and stormy. 

Pr. Royal bo. 1340. 
Saturn stationary. 
St. Clement. 
Moon in apogee. 

Variable. 
23dSuntl. after Trin. 
Perhaps ram. 
Moon runs low. 

or snoxo. 
Saint AnJrew. 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 



36 
37 
S8 
39 
41 
42 
43 
45 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



46 4 

47 4 
48 
50 
51 
52 
53 



35 4 



7 



56 
57 
58 

1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
7 
8 

10 
11 



51 

50 

49 

43 

46 

45 

44 

43 

42 

41 

40 

39 

37 

36 
35 
34 

33 
33 
32 
31 

30 
SO 
29 
29 
2S 
23 
27 
27 
2? 




High 
water 
h, VI, 



14 38 

14 57 

15 16 
15 35 

15 53 

16 11 
16 29 

16 46 

17 3 
17 20 
17 87 

17 53 

18 9 
18 24 

18 40 
13 55 

19 9 
19 23 
19 37 

19 51 

20 4 
20 17 
20 30 
20 42 

20 53 

21 5 
21 16 
21 20 
21 36 
21 46 



9 5kn 
10 Okn 
10 58 le 
18 Ole 
Mom ^fe 

1 6fe 

2 14fe 

3 24 he 

4 37 he 
Rises, ne 



5 42 

&34 
7 SS 
S 35 
9 39 

10 43 

11 46 
Morn 

47 



I 
2 
3 

4 
5 



47 
45 
43 
40 
37 
Sets. 

5 27 

6 11 th 

7 Okn 

7 53 kn 

8 50 le 



ne 
ar 
ar 
br 
br 
ha 
ha 
be 
be 
re 

re 
re 
se 
se 
th 
th 



.;■! 
,1 



W: 



f.1 



S'- ■ '! 



1848. 



DECEMBER. 






• Writing and the um or figares introduced into England by the 
Romane. 

Year, the lolar one, found to consist of 365 daya, 5 hoirs, and 
49 min. 285; introduced by Ciesar, 45 B. C. 

Zodiac, iigns of the, invented by Anaximander, 547. 

MOON'S PHASES. 

Fint Quarter, 3d, 3h. 22m. evening. 
' Full Moon, 10th, 7h. Om. morning. 

Third Quarter, 17th, 6h. 29m. morning. 
New Moon, 25th, lib. 38m. morning. 



d 



2 






10 
1] 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Fri 
Sat 
SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 
Th 
Fri 
9|Stt 
SU 
Mo 
Tu 

We 
Th 



4 
5 
6 
7 

S 



16 Sat 



17 
18 
19 
SO 
91 
98 



34 

sa 

96 
27 
28 
99 
80 
SI 



CALENDAR, &c. 



Ri8.&S«ts 



l^ri 



SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 
Th 
Fri 
9a|Sat 



SU 
Mo 
Tu 
We 
Th 
Fri 
Sat 
SU 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



Venui sets 6h 46m 

7 «'i south lOh 50m 

Advent Sunday. 

A snow ttorm 

Jupiter sou. 4b 43m 
may be expected 
about this time, 

Jupiter stationary. 

Moon in perigee. 

2d Sund. in Advent. 

Moon runs high. 

Venus sots 7h 9m 

Fine 
for some days,]* 

Jupitor rises 9h 5m " 

3d Sunday in Advent. 
" *»s sou. 9k 47m 

Blustering. 
Jupiter sou. 3h44m. 
St. Thomas. 
Moon in apogee. 

Clear and cold. 
4th Sund. in Advent. 
Christmas Day. 
St. Stephen. 
St. John, Snow or 
Innocents. rain. 



7 *B so. Sb. Om 

1st S. aft Christmas. 
16 



19 4 

14 4 

15 4 

16 4 

17 4 

18 4 



19 
19 
20 
21 
92 
93 



24 4 



25 
25 

26 

27 
27 

98 4 

28 4 

29 4 

99 4 
SO 4 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 82 4 34 

!7 39 4 85 



30 
31 
31 
31 

39 
32 
82 



96 

96 

26 

96 

95 

95 

25 

25 

26 

25 

95 

25 

26 

96 

26 

26 

27 

27 

27 

93 

98 

29 

99 

30 

31 

31 

39 

38 



Sun's 
dec. 8 
d, m. 



21 
92 
92 
92 
22 
22 
22 
22 
92 
99 
23 
93 
23 
93 
93 
23 
93 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
93 
23 
23 
93 
23 
23 



55 
4 
12 
90 
98 
35 
49 
48 
54 
59 
4 
9 
19 
16 
19 
29 
94 
25 
96 
97 
27 
27 
96 
25 
23 
9] 
19 
16 
12 
8 
4 



I K. 

&S. 
h» fn» 

9 50 

10 52 

11 57 
morn. 

1 4 



9 
3 
4 
5 



13 
24 
38 
51 



Rises. 

6 13 

7 19 

8 26 

9 31 

10 35 

11 37 
morn. 

37 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



35 
S3 
30 
96 
91 
14 



Sets. 

5 48 

6 44 

7 44 

8 4» 

9 43 
10 53|fe 



o 

PI 

lo 
le 
fe 
fe 
he 
he 
ne 
ne 
ar 

ar 
br 
br 
ba 
ha 
be 
be 
bo 
re 
re 
so 
so 
so 

tb 
th 

kn 
ko 
kn 
le 
le 
fe 



High 
water 
h, 9ft. 





2 19 


2 51 


3 35 


4 97 


5 99 


645 


7 55 


9 9 


9 58 


10 47 


1189 


ev.29 


1 17 


2 9 


2 4f 


388 


498 


5 24 


6 89 


7 38 


844 


9 40 


10 93 


11 3 


1141 


Morn 


16 


51 


1 95 


9 


2^7 



PROVINCE OF NEWBRUNSWICK. 



HIS XXCfLLMUT LISVTXllA«T-OOLOirKL 

Sit WILLIAM MACBBAN GEORGE COLEBROOKEi K. H. 
LittttcniDt Go? eroor of the Protioce of Nfw«BrQMwiek, &c. 9tc. 

Alfred Retde, Eiqoire, Priftte Secretiry to the Lieutenant OoTernor» 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hoaortble George Shore, 
Hogh Johniton, 
Bdwtrd B. Chandler, 
Robert L. Haien, 



It 

H 



Honorable Cbarlee J. Petetf , 
" ThoniM Baillie, 
" Alexander Rankin, 
" George SUlaan Hill. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 
The Honorable William Black, Pretideni. 



%t 
If 
tt 
ft 
<i 
li 



Honorable Thomaa Wyer, 
Harria Hatch, 
William B. Kinnear, 
Hngh Johnston,^ 
W.T. W. Owen, 
William Crane, 
George Minchin, 
Thomas H. Peters. 



i< 

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II 
(I 
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u 
n 



Honorable George Shore, 
*' Joseph Cnnard, 

William U. Robinson, 
John S. Saondere. 
Amos E. Botsford, 
The Attorney General, 
Edward B. Chandler, 
John Robertson, 

Opricnas or thi Lioislativs Council.— William Tyng Peters, 
Esquire, Clerk; John Gregory, Esqaire, Clerk Aseistant; Beveibyr 
R. Jooett, Esouire, Sergeaot-at-Arms and Usher of the Ettack Rod'; 
Rer. George Cosier, A. H., Chaplain. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.— (EuBOTSD Octobm, 1B46.) 
Hon. John Wesley Weldon, Speaker. , 

Cewity qf York-^Hon. Lemuel A. Wilmot, and Chailea Fishtfis. 
and Jemee Taylor, Esquires, and Hon. Thomas Baillie. 

County qT oaint JbAn.— John Jordan, John R. Partelow, William 
J. Ritchie, and Robert D. Wilmot, Esquires. 

Countv if lVeatmarland.-~Thuw\ Hanington, William Wilson, 
William Hszen Botsford, and Amnnd Landry. Esqnirse. 

CoiaUff qf Gftorlolte.— Robert Thomson, Jamea Brown, William. 
Porter, and James Boyd, Esquires. 

CourUy <f Abrl&umMrian4>— Alezsnder Rankin, John Ambrose 
Street, William Carman, junior, and Martin Cranney, Esquires. 

ittnyr's Goun/y.— Hon. William McLeod, and Syl? ester Z. Earle, 
and Jonn C. Vail, Esquires. 

Qnuen^t County.— Thomas Gilbert, and John Eerie, Esquires. 

;Skm6ttry.— George Hsjrward, snd Thomas Q. Miles, Esquires. 

C^iefon.— Jsmes Tibbits, sod Charles Gonoell, Esquires. 

Xeni.— Hon. John W. Weldoo, and DsTid Werk, Esi^uire. 

&/ot<eet<er.— William End, sod Joseph IRead, Esquires. 

HiuUgtmehe.'-Hoa. John Montgomery , and Andrew Barberie, Esq. 

AtberL—John Smith and William H. Staves, Esquires. 
C^|^^ifSt. JoAn.— Hon. Robert L. Hasen, and Isaac Woodward, Eaq. 

^^iciaa or thi House or Assbmblt.— Charles P> Wetmore, 
Esquire, Clerk ; George Lee, Jan. Esquire, Clerk Assistant $ George 
Garden, Esquire, Sergeantat-Arm« ; Re?. Wm. Q« Xetchnm, Chaplfiii. 

B i7 



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18 



dpFiCKBi OF THB Cpown.— Hoi). ChflHet Jcffrev Pet<r«, Attomef 
Geoeral; Hon. William Boyd, Cinnear, Solicitor General; William 
Wright, Esquire, Adfocate Ghenerfti ; Hon. Jolin S. Saunders, Pro- 
vipciaJ Sacitttary ; Hoo. Th«iaM Bailiia, Snrvtybf OeneraJ : Hon. 
T^onas C. Lae^ Rjcceiver Gtencral ; Jobn Ambrose Street. Etouire, 
Hon. E. B. Chandler, Hon. Lemuel A. Wilmot, William End, Esq , 
llou. Jptia W. WeldoQi aod Hon. Robert L. Uiuep, CifMen'a^Coansel. 

COUATS. 

CovBT OP CHAtrcttT.— His Excellency IIm Liententnt Goftroor, 
ChanceUort Hon. Neville Parker, Master of 4lilo Rolls } Hon. John 
Simcot Sftundera, Oeck of the Grown id Chancery i Daniel Lodtow 
RobinsODt Esqoife, Resiistrar; Broke W. HaanmoAd, Esquire, Deputy 
Regiatrsrj George J. Dibhiee, Robert Fraser Hazen, Jobn Ambroae 
Street, Timothy Robert Wetmore, William Jfjck, William Carman, 
junior, Georgo Kerr, Charlea Fisher, George Oiion Street. John M. 
Robinson, and Richard Carman, Esquires, Masters; A. K. Smedes 
Wetmore, Alfred L. Street, Andrew Barberie, William Chandler, 
Alexander Campbell, and Christopher Miloer, junior, Esquires. Mas- 
lers Extraordtoary 5 William McBeaib, Esquire, Sergeanl-at-Arms. — 
Terms: HiUry—Lnat Tuesday in January, to end on Saturday same 
week ; Triaity— FirstTuesday in June, to end on Saturday same week y 
Michaelmas.— First Tuesday in October, to end on Saturday same 
week. TbeCoart generally aits for the trans»ctioD of business on the 
lirst Ttiesday of every mobth. 

CoafMiasiOMCRS of Bankbupts* Estatcs.— For St. John, West- 
morland, and King's— Robert F. Hazen, Esquire. For York, Sqn- 
hury, and Qneen'a— Daniel L. Robinson, Esquire. For Northumber- 
land, Kepi, Gloucester, and Restigouche— Wilham Carman, Enquire. 
For Charlotte County— Hon. Harris HatcU. For Carieloo County 
— Barthobmew C. Beardsley, Esquire. 

SupBEME Court op Judicature. —Chief Juxtice, Hon. Ward 
©blproin, LL. D^ 29rh Sept. 1834 ; Justices-— Hon. James Carter, 
October, 1834; H^n. Robert Parker, October, t934; Hon, George 
Ffederick Street, 20th Di^cember. 1845. Jobn Ambrose Street, E^q., 
Clerl( of the Crown ; Hon. G«ori!e Shore, Clerk of the Pleas; Wil- 
liam Tyng Ptoters, Ksquire. Clerk nf the Ciircoits. and Clerk of the 
Crowa on the CiKuita. Tbbms : Hilary— ^1^e first Tuesday in Fe- 
bruafy; £!as/er— second Ttiesday in April ; TVjniljf —second 'Tnesday 
in June; M/c^ae/mas - second Tuesday in October. N(si Prim Sil- 
Hng9 inthe County qf Vork —ibird Tuesdajf io February, aod ftmrth 
Tuesdays in Juae aod October. 

Circuit Courts.— fiKitn<*/oAn— Second Tuesday in JanoaDy, aod 
first Tuenday in>Ati%osl,i C^ar/otfe— Fourib Tuesday in April, and 
the Tuesday ne«t after tho fourth. Tuesdsv in. OcUiltier. Ki»g^&— 
Second Tue&day ia July. Queen's -First Tnesday ipt March. Albert ^ 
—Third Tuesday io July, l^l^c«<mor/an^>- Fourth Tueiday ia July. 
Kent— Tuesday next a/ier the f«« rtb. Tuesday, in Jii)y . G^ouctsiier'^ 
First Tuesday in September. yVor/l/^sundsr/antf—Sectod Tuesday in 
September. Carieforir-Latt Tuesday in Septembec^ &«n&ur3f,->Last< 
Tuesday in February. He»iig4mdi9^ Last ToeadAy in Auguai. 

CoujiT oir Vice Admiralty.— (Ton. RobeH Leonard Hazen, Jwdge 
and Commissary ; Willram WV^bi, Eitquire, AdtoMte General ; Jobo 
M. Rpblntiin, Esquire, Ri^gistfar andtl^cribe ; Jdbtf>HtimberivKt4^tre;. 
Matsbal. 



19 

CotTBT FOR THB PlOBATB OF WiLLB AMB GbAKTIHG AOBnilll. 

TBATioNi.— yorACounfy-GeorgfrK.H. Mincbin, Enquire, Surrogait ; 
John C. Allen, £squire, ReffisUBr. St. JoAn- Allrcd L. Street, Eiq. 
Sarrogate \ Charlei Drarjr, Etqoire, Registrar. Weiitfiorlani'-Hott, 
Edward B. Chafldler, Sttrrogafe; Thomat S. Sayre, Etquire, Regie- 
Irar. CharloUt—Hon. Harria Hatch, 8orrogate; George D. Street, 
Esqaire, Registrar. King^t —Bdwntd B. Smith, Baqnire, Sarrogate ; 
Hon. Witfiam NeLeod, Regietrar. Queen't— N. H. DeVeber, Eiq. 
Surrogate ; Henry S. Peters, Esquire, Registrar. <S^n&tiry— John 
Hazeo, Esquire, Surrogate; NathaoM Hubbard, Esquire, Registrar. 
Northumbertand'-'Hon. Thomas H. Peters, Sttr rotate} George Kerr, 
Esquire, Resistrsr. iCen<— Willian) Chandler, Esquife, Surrogate; 
Hon. John W. Weidon, Registrar. Gloueester-^Bwryyf, Baldwin, 
Esquire, Surrogate ; Robert Gordon, Esqaire, Registrar. Carleton-^ 
Bartholomew C. Beardsley, Esq. Surrogate; A. K. Smedea Wetmore, 
Esqaire, Registrar. Heatitroueht—CMpm^n Botsford, Esquire, Sur- 
rogate ; Andrew Barber ie,*Esqaire, Registrar. ^i6«r<— Martin Beat 
Palmer, Esquire, Surrogate ; Samuel G. Merse, Esquire, Registrar. 

The Probat« Court Tor the City and County of Saint John, is held 
OTer]^ Monday, at three o'clock, at the Registrar's Office ;— and the 
likeCourt in the ether Counties of the Prorince is held at the timee 
specially appointed by the respective Judges. 

Court of Governor and CouNoiL-^or Aearii^ and detirminmg 
Cmm reUUive to Marrit^e and A'«onoe.-> His Excellency the Liea- 
tenant-G^veraor, President ; the Hon. the Master of the Rolls, Vice- 
President; the Honorable Her Majesty's Executive Council, Members. 
John C. Allen, Esq. Registrar and Clerk. Term»—lhe second Tuea* 
day in February, and the third Tuesdaya in Jane and October. 

Court for the Trial and Punishhknt of PtRAcr and other 
Offences committed on the High Seas. — The Governor, the 
Chief Justiee and other Judges of the Supreme Court, the Membera 
o( the Executive Council, Judge of the Vice Admiralty, the PvbHc 
Secretary, Public Treasurer, Commander in Chief, Flair Officers and 
Captaine aud Commanders of Ships of War on this Station for the 
time being} Registrar and Scribe— William Tyng Peters, Esquire; 
Marshal, 

The Court ails at any place within the Province to be appointed by 
any three of the Members— the Governor, Chief Justice, or one of the 
Judgaa of the Supreme Court, or Judge of the Admiralty, being one. 

TBBMB OF the CENERAL SESSIONS AND COURTS OP COMMON PLEAS. 

Cihfami Cmntyof Saint JoAn -Third Tuesday in March, and 
first 'foesday U June, September, and December. 

Counts qf Yor/Sc-* First Tuesday in January and June. Additional 
Terma or ttle common Pleas— Third Tuesday in March, and second 
Tuasday in October. 

County a/ Ofcqr/oMtf— Second Tuesday in' Aprit, and third Toesd'ay 
in SeptemlMr. Additional Terms of the Common Pleas— Second 
Tueaday in July and December. 

Cotatty tf 5unbMr|^^S'eeond Taesday in January and Third Tae«» 
day in June. Additional Terms of the Common Pleaa^Third Tues- 
day in Bbfeb and October 

Qiceen'f C!9un/y.~- Fourth Tuesday In January and June. Additional 
Terms of the Common Pleas- Fourth Taesday in April and October. 



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i 



ICi}ur'« Onifilv-Pirtt TiMdijr ii MtNb, and Third TuMday i* 
October. AddiiioDtl Tama of Ite Coohbob Plaaa— Pirti Tuatdiy 
ia May aod January. 

County qf IFSwImor/aiMl— Tbifd TMaday In Juoa and Novt mbar. 
Additional Tarma ofiiia Cooimoq Plata— Firat Tuaadaj in April, aad 
second Taasday in Sapiaanbar. 

C9wnty of mrikwmb*rland-~SHtmA Tntadaj la Janoary and July. 
Additional Tarma oftha ComoioB Plaaa—Flrat Tnaaday in May a ad 
Oeiobar. 

County <LfJC0fi<— Second Tntaday in Jannary and roarth Tnaaday 
in Jana. Additional TaroM of ika Coamoo Plaaa— Laat Tnaaday in 
April and Saptambar. 

Couniy 4/'CM'ouect<ar— Pirat Tnaaday in Jannary, and firat Tnaaday 
in July. Additional Tarma of tba Ooohboo Plaaa— Pint Tnaaday in 
April, and laat Tnaeday in Oetobtr. 

Couniy q^Gorleion—Firat Tnaaday in Jannary, and fonrtb Tnaaday 
in Jana. Additional Tarma of Iba Common Pleai— First Tucaday in 
March and Oatobar. 

County nf Reotigouehe-^Fint Tnaaday in Jannar? , and teeond 
Toeaday in Jaly. Additional Tarma of tba Common Plena— Second 
Tueadar in October and April* 

County o/X/Aar/— Fonrtb TOaaday in Jnna and aeeond Tneaday in 
NoTambar. Additional Tarma of tha Common Plaaa— Sacond Tnae- 
deya in March and September. 



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ROLL OF BARRISTERS AND ATTORNIES. 



WAMSa. 



' 'if! 
i-k 






Charles Jeffirey Peters, . 16 
B. Orannell Beardaley, . 4 
Thomaa Horafiald Patera, a 
"^Harris Hatch, . . 2 
William Tyng Paters, . 17 
Jamea Shannon Morse, . 19 
John Simcoe Saunders, . 18 
John Ambroae S. Street, . 22 
^WiUiam Boyd Kinnear, . 18 
'^ Alfred Lock Street, . 11 
'^D.LudlowRobinaonjA.B. II 
Edward Barron Chandler, ll 
George Stilman Hill, . II 
Geom William Cleary, . 10 
'^William End, . 20 

Charles Petara Wetmore, . U 
A. K. SmedeaJWetmore, . 18 
^George Jarvia Dibblea, . 18 
^Francis Andrew Kinnear, 18 
William Wiley, . .17 
^Robert Fhiser Hazen, . 16 
>« John Wesley Weldon, .21 
«WiUinm Wright, . . 16 
Willinm Cnrmnn, jimior, . 16 
*Pater Slniia, . .26 

*Hontio N. H. Lngiin, . 26 
James Stcwnrt, .>24 



AdmUUd 
AUornko. 



July 

Oct*r 

Oct'r 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

May 

Oct'r 

Oct'r 

Oct'r 

Oct'r 

Oct'r 

Feb. 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

July 

Oct. 

May 

July 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 



1794 

i796 

1806 

1806 

1814 

1814 

1817 

1817 

1819 

1820 

1821 

1821 

1821 

1822112 

182317 

182314 

1823 

1823 

1823 

1824 

1824 

1826 

1826 

1826 

1826 

1826 

1827 



AdmitUd 
BarriMtkr: 



24 May, 1823 

17 " 

17 



July, 1630 
Feb. 1819 



J^eaidisnee. 



24 
19 
18 
14 
24 

14 

16 



19 



17 
20 
21 
16 

6 
10 
18 

6 



Ditto 
May, 1823 
Feb. 1814 
Feb. 1819 
Oct. 1919 
May, 1623 

Ditto 
Oct. 1823 

Ditto 
July, 1830 
Oct. 1824 
Feb. 1826 
July, 1826 
Oct. 1826 

Ditio 

Ditto 
Joly, 1826 
Oct. 1826 
May, 1827 
July, 1827 
Fob. 18S8 
July, 1828 
Oct. 1828 
Fleb. 1829 



Fredericton. 

Woodatock. 

Chatham. 

St. Andtews. 

FVedericton. 

Nova-Scotia. 

Fredericton'. 

Fredericton. 

Ditto. 
Saint John. 
FMericton. 
Dorchester. 
St. Stephen. 
Woodstock. 
Bathurst. 
FMericton. 
Woodstock. 
Fredericton. 
Saint John. 
Rif.deChute. 
Saint John. 
Richttmcto. 
Saint John. 
Chnibam. 
Saint John. 
Saint John. 
Nora-Scotia. 



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VAMCB. 



AdmiiUd 
AMernitt, 



'^John Morris Robinson, . 
'''Moses Henry Perley, 
"^T. R. Wetmore, B.C.L. 
Edward Betts Smith, 
"^Andrew Barberie, 
William Chandler, 
Samnel HaUett Whitlock, 
James Watson Chandler, . 
Geoi^ Kerr, 

Robert Leonard Hazen, . 
Richard Sands, junior, . 
Lemuel Alien Wilfiiot, . 
Samuel Qeorge Andrews, 
Richard Carman, . 
John Johnston, 
Charles Fisher, A.B. 
"^James William Boyd, . 
Thomas Smith Sayrf;, 
*Qeorge Wheeler, . 
C. Augustus Harding, 
Kichai^ Milton Andrews, 
William Hazen Needham, 
William Jaek, 
Alexander Campbell, 
Georse F. H. Minchin. . 
Abranhm Nelson Ghirden, 
"^Judah Hammond Hartt, 
James Horsfield Peters, . 
Geo^e Dixon Street, 
John Clarke Hall, 
""Cfaipman Botsford, 
Samuel Gay Morse, 
Richard Blarshall Clark, . 
Rd)ert Barry Dickey, 
^Duncan Robertson, . . 
Charles Johnston, . . 
^William Samuel Sands, . 
'^'William H. OdeU, A.B. 
StejAen H. Hitcbings, 
Newten Ward Wallop, 
^Thomas Burton Abbott, . 
Christopher Milner, 
David Shank Kerr, 
Edward Willisten^ 
DaTid Lewis DibbTee^ A.B. 
William BluintHoflmta, . 
*John H. Gray, A. B. . 
James White Peters, A.B. 
Blias BoUfbrd, 
^Robertson Bayard, 
"^Henry 3. PMers, A. B. 
^Wm. JohaatoB Ritchie, 
WellingtOB Hatch, 



10 May 18S8 
laJoly I8S8 
UJaly 18t8 
18 Oct. 1898 
18 Oct. 1898 
18 Oct. 1898 

18 July 1899 

16 Oct. 1899 
irOot^ 1899 

17 Oct. 1899 
irJaly 1880 
17 July 1830 
17 July 1830 
16 Oct. 1880 

6 Feb. 1831 

6 Feb. 1831 

Id July 1881 

15 Oct. 1831 

16 Oct. 1831 
U Feb. 1839 

6 May 1639 

8 May 1889 
13 Oct. 1889 
13 Oct. 1889 
13 Oct. 1839 

9 Feb. 1833 

11 May 1833 
13 July 1833 

19 Oct. 1833 



Admtttid 
BanUttra. 



18 Oct. 1834 

18 Oct. 1834 

18 Oct. 1834 

7 Feb. 1883 

7 Feb. 1835 

9 May 1836 

9 May 1835 

18 Ju^ 1835 

18 July 1835 

17 Oct. 1836 

17 Oct. 1835 

17 Oct. 1835 

17 Oct. 1836 
6 Feb. 1836 
6 Feb. 1836 
6 Feb. 1836 
6 Feb. 1836 

11 Feb. 1836 

18 Jane 1836 
18 June 1836 
18 June 1836 
18 June 1836 
16 Oct. 1836 



10 May, 

16J.ly, 
do. 

14 Oct. 

6 Feb. 
do. 

16 Jaly, 

16 Oct. 
9 Feb. 

18 Oct. 

11 d«. 

17 July, 
do. 

17 Oct. 

7 Feb. 

10 Oct. 
16 Joly, 

6 Feb. 
16 Oct.. 

11 Feb. 

15 Jnly, 

8 May, 

9 Feb. 

14 Oct 
do. 

16 July, 
11 May, 
16 Jane, 
16 Oct. 
10 Jaly, 

9 Feb. 
do. 

18 Oct. 

7 Feb. 

9 Feb. 

15 Jane 
10 Oct. 

19 Oct. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

8 Feb. 
It Feb. 

8 Feb. 

9 Feb. 
do. 

14 June, 

do. 
19 Oct. 
14 Jont, 

7Ftb. 



Retidenu. 



1681 



1699 
1839 



1880 Saint John. 
1830 Saint John. 

Gagetown. 

Kingston. 

Dalbousie. 

Rkbibacto. 

St. Andrews. 
Ditto. 

Chatham. 

Saint John. 

No«a-8coiis. 

Fi'edericton. 

Saint George. 

Bathnrst. 

Saint John. 

Fredericton. 

Saint John. 

Dorchester. 

Saint John. 

Fredericton r 

St. Andrews. 

Saint John. 
Ditto. 

St. Stephen. 

F^rederlct(»>. 

Woodstock. 

Saint John. 

P. E. Island. 

St. Andrews . 

Nova-Scotia. 

Campbeltaii. 

Hopewell. 

Gagetown. 

Nova-Scotia. 

Saint John. 
Ditto. 

London. 

Fredericton. 

St. Steffben. 

Saint John. 

St. Stephen. 

Dorchester. 

Fredericton. 

Newcastle. 

Woodstock. 

Nova-Scotia. 

Su.nA John. 

Ditto, [diac. 

B. df Patitco- 

Saint John. 
18371 Gagetdwn. 
1838 Saint John. 
1889' St. Andiews. 



1833 



1834 
1833 
1834 



1685 
1634 

1836 

1837 
1636 
1634 
1837 

1336 
1836 
1837 

1839 
1837 



1838 
1837 
1839 
1837 

1838 



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ROLL OF BARRISTERS AND ATTOttNlEB'^CoHiinmd.} 



MAMM. 






m 



Edward Ailiflon CIowm, 
Wm. Thof. Wilmot, A^ B 
'^'QeoMM BoUfiird, 
OharlM Edward Millidge, 
George James Thomsoo, 
Wm. Botsford Ohandler, 
*Thoinaa Burton Wilson, 
*Cbss. Edward Beardsley 
Biias Tuppsr, . 
William Hsory Lee^ 
Charles loglis Halibwrton 
John D. Kiunear, 
Jooaihaa M'Culley, . 
John M'Mftbon, 
Charles Waller Wardlaw, 
Martin Bent Palmer, . 
^Franeis A. H. Straiten, 
John Campbell Allen, 
'*'John M. Johnson, Jun. 
James Stanley Morse, 
^Theophilus DesBrisay, 
George Lee, Junior, A. II 
^Samuel J. Scovil, A. B. 
William R. M. Burlis, 
William Watts, 
Broke H&mmond, 
Georfs Segee. . 
"^Edwaid B. Peters, A. B. 
James Fraser Berton, A. B» 
Robert Keech Gilbert, 
'I'Charles Huff, 
Wm. Tyog Peters, Jun. 
Andrew C. Black, . 
*James A. Harding, . 
William C. Hare, .,,, 
Allan A. Davidson, . , 
James Peters Wetmore, 
Thomas T. Wyer, . 
Gustafus R. Jarvis, A. 
*.Iames J, Ksye, 
William E. Twynam^ 
Peter Clinch, . 
Andrsw R. Wetmore, 
Edwarl H. Wilmot, A. M 
George Coooell, 
Andrew W. Rsinsford, 
Georgr F. Rouse, 
L«w^ P. Fisher, 
W4lli«!iiH.Shm,A.SI. 
^William H. Howe, . 

ChKl||«t0DilfrM^; ., 

Colin I. Allan, B. 0. t. 
Ilora^i H. Bm^lcy,, 



AdmUUd 
AUornie; 



16 Oct. 
15O0I. 
U Feb. 

11 Feb. 
I y June 

17 Jane 
17 June 
17 June 

17 Jnse 
UOct. 
UOcC. 
UOct. 
14 Oct. 
UOct. 
10 Feb. 
10 Feb. 
13 Oct. 
13 Od. 

13 Oct. 
9 Feb. 
9 Feb. 

U Jane 

16 June 

12 Oct. 

18 Oct. 
18 Oct. 
18 Oct. 

8 Feb. 

' 8 Feb. 

8 Feb. 

8 Feb. 

18 June 

17 Oct. 
17 Oct. 
17 Oct. 

irOct. 

17 Oct. 
17 Oct. 

4 Feb. 

4 Feb. 
10 June 

14 Oct. 
UOct. 
14 Oct. 
14 Oct. 

3 Feb. 
»Feb. 

19 June 

13 Oct. 
1309t. 

]l$Ofi. 
3 Feb. 
do. 



188«|l6 Oct. 

18 Oct. 

11 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

13 June, 
f Feb. 

\4 June, 

7 Feb. 

16 June, 

14 Oct. 
do. 
do. 



18961 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1837 

1887 

1887 

1887 

1837 

1838 

1838 

1888 

1838 

1838 

1839 

1839 

1839 

1839 

1339 

1839 

1839 

1839 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

1840 

>840 

1841 

1841 

1841 

1841 

1841 

1841 

1841 

1848; 

1M8I 

1849 

IMi 

1843 



t 



AdmUted 
Barriitert. 



UOct. 

13 June, 
6 Feb. 

16 Oct. 

do. 

do. • 
4 Feb. 

do. 
11 June, 

do. 

14 Oct. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

4 Feb. 

do. 

do. 
3 Feb. 
16 June, 
13 Oct. 

do. 

do* 

do. 

do. 

do. 

3 Feb. 

9 Feb. 

16 Jnne, 



1838 
1837 



1837 Fredericton. 



1330 
1839 
1848 
1838 
1839 
1848 
M37 

.. 

.. 

1.839 
1840 
1840 



12 Oct. 

13 Oct. 1842 
12 Oct. 1843 Woodstock 

8 Feb. 1049 
do. 
17 June, 



13 Oct. 1841 
1848113 Oct, 1$4U . 
13 Jiine. 1^44 Fred 
6 Feb. 18461 



liesidence. 



Ssint John. 
Woodstock. 



St. Stephen. 
Saint George* 
St. Andrews. 
Woodstock. 
Nota-Scotia. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Saint John. 
Hopewell. 
1840i Fredericton. 
Ditto. 
Cbstham. 

1841 Restigoucbe. 
Bsthurst. 

1840 Fredericton* 

Saint John. 
V841 Saint John. 

Fredericton. 

Fredericton. 

Fredericton. 
IMl Saint John. 

Fredericton. 

Dorchester. 

1842 Saint John. 

104aGa«etown. . 

1842 Ric: ibucto. 

Saint John. 

Ditto. 
Newcasile. 
Fredericton. 
St. Audrewsv. 

1842 Saint John. 

1843 Ditto. 

1842 Ditto. 
Saint George. 

1843 Saint John. 
Fredericton. 



Tobique. 
SnlntJohn. 
WoocUtock. 
C«mbridge. 
Bi^iiitJoan. 
Ditto. 



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n. 



VAMM. 



Humphrey T. Qilb«rt, 
*B. Boyd Kinnear, . 
ThMMtC. CbMpmaDy 
W. H. Maclauchlan, A. B 
Oeorgf W. Ritchie, A. fl. 
John Q. Campb^J). . 
*WiUitm James GUthert, 
Thomat F. S Streei, A- B 
"fOharles A. Haru, . 
*Acalas L. Palmer, . 
Jamea Steadman^ 
*GeorgeOuy, . 
"^Robert Parker, 
'^'Andrew McKeona, . 
Albert J. Smith, 
WttllJB^loA Oomeron, 
Gabriel DeVeber, A. B. 
J«me« OdcH, A. B. 
Nelson DsVeher, A.B. 
Thoaias W. Biiae, . 
Jaoiea A. James, 
Richard S. Armstrong, 
John F. Jooea, . 
Edward W. Miller, . 
Bernard C. Friel, 
Doaglaa B. BteVena, . 
Samael B. Datidson, 
John HMryPhair, . 
Ctiarlts Wattera, 
JaiMaG. Steteas, . 
George Hare, 
SaiBiiel Clobert Thomsoo, 
Albert T. OeB. McBlmoo 
*George Blatch, 
Thofflaa B. Moore, . 
William J. <iilbeK, . 
James R. Ciirry> 
^Chaa. Simonda, Junior, 
A1«c. Thomaon Paul, 
WUHam Henry iiatliewajr 
Waid Chi|)man Drury, 
Henry B. Robinaoa, A. B 
Samuel Thomson, 
John Johoatoo, Junior, 
Goorne J. iBlisa, 
Tr^erick Costter, Junior, 
WilUam H. Buckerfield, 



■' 



Admitted 
Ailomiea. 



9 



14 

12 

8 



13 
10 

6 



7 
12 
(6 



U 
IS 



16 
4 

10 
10 



Feb. 1843 

do. 

do 

do 

d« 

do 
Oct. 1843 

do 
Feb. 1844 

do 

do 
June, 1844 
Oct. 1844 

do 
Feb. 1846 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

June, 1845 
Oct. 184S 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Feb. 1646 

do. 

do. 

Ao. 

do. 

do. 
J>une 1846 

do. 
Oct. 1846 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Feb. 1847 

do. 
June, 1S47 
June, 1347 



Admitted 
Barrieteri. 



Rteidence. 



6 Feb. 1846 Saint John, 
do. do 

do. Bay da Verit; 

8 Feb. 1844 Madavaaka. 
do. Saint John. 

6 Feb. 1846 Ditto 
16 Oct. 1845 Ditto 
10 Oct. 1844 FrederictoD. 
Feb. 1846 Saint JohTi. 
do. Dorchestor. 

do. B. Pet'codiac. 

16 Oct. 1816 Saint John. 
16 Oct. 1846 Ditto, 
do. Ditto 

Feb. 1847 Dorohaater. 
do. St. Oeorgt. 

Feb. 1846 Saint John, 
do. Ireland, 

do. 3aint Jobo. 

Frederictoa. 
8 Feb. 1847 Bichibucto. 
10 June 1847 Saint John. 
Ditto. 
Frederictoa. 

Ditto. 
Saint J«lHi. 

Ditto. 
FrodeBfioAot). 
$ainiJoitn. 
St. Stapben* 
Saint JohQ. 
Charlotte. 
Keol. 

Saiot J<Aa. 
noptfrd!. 
Mauierritla.. 
Saint Jolra. 
Raaligoiicihe. 
Cbatlotta. 
Saint John. 

Ditto. 
Frederieioti. 
Chatlram. 



Fradarietata. 
Saint JMm. 
Weataioriaotf 



*thot« matted with an avterfskaea PuMio Notariaa ia ^ Pttf- 
irloee: ih itfdition to whom, Charles R. Hathaway^ Wm. MtfLaaM, 
and ll«liiift XaK af dharlotta Coaoiy, and George A. Garfieaa* ham 
T. OhaaCbMI, sod John HcEaao, ^f ^ iahii, 9H «lao P^ihiic «•• 
tatiea. 



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fc 



John R. Partolow, Efqair«i Mayor. 
Honorable Robert L. Hazen, JUeordsr* 



AUufnuH. 

Heonr Porter, 
WiHiam O. SmtCh, 
Thomai Harding, 
GreforyVanhorne, 
Thomas Coram, 
George Bond, 



AsiiaUnUi* Wards, 

Mr. Joeeph Fairweather, King'a. 

gl Mr. Robert Shiree, Queen'a. 

•§ Mr. William Uagartjr. Doke's. 

s' Mr. Bartholomew Cosetter, Sidney. 

3 Mr. Joieph O. Dunham, Guj'a. 

Mr. Joseph Beatteay, Brook's. 



Thomas Merritt, Esquire, TVaasiirer, or Chamibaiain* 

James William Boyd, Esquire, Comtnon Clerk, Keeper of tht 
Kette, 8fc. 

James R. Ruel, Deputy Common Clerk, 

Simeon L. Lugrin, Land Agent 

€ommieeionersfor Widening Saini John Strett,— John Duncan, 
John H. Gray, and William O. Smith, Esquires. 

James Stockford, High, ConetabU; James Stoekford, George 
Stockford, 6. McKehey, and Bernard Murray, Marshals. 

CoiMbiMes.— George Stockford, Ebenezer Herrington, Alexr. 
Downs, John Nixon, Robert M'Kelvey, G. Coram, G. M'Kelvey, 
J. Williams, W. Cairns, J. Thornton, William Magee, John 
Daley, J. C. Durnian, William Follis, John Nixon, 2d, and Ber- 
nard Murray. 

John Sufliran, Deputy Clerk of the Market, King's Square ; 
William McBay, D^iOy Clerk of the Market, Market Square; 
John McHngh, D^y CUrk of the Fish Market, Duke Street. 
* I'tsiiinv Physidans.'-John Boyd, M.D., G. J. Harding, M.D., 
George P. Peters, M. D., Thomas S. Wetmore, M. D., and Wm. 
S. Harding, M. D. 

Licensed Auetioneers.^John V. Thurgar, Thomas Hanford, 
W. D. W. Hubbard, H. Hawkins, J. Lordly. James McDonnell, 
Geo. A. Lockhart,Thos. Raymond, John Kinnear, Michael Farrell, 
Joseph Crouch, James R. Sweet, Alexr. Ewiog, G. M'CuUough^ 
Willum Gamett, William Crozier, and L H. Anderson. 

City Sareei^r.— Robert C. Minnette. 

PoH Yf^arrfens.— William D. Fanlke, Thomas M. Smith, Thos. 
Leavitt, Isaac Woodward, James U. Thomas, GetMrge Thomas, 
James Robertson, Edward Hippisley, J. W. M. Irisli, Charles Mc- 
Lauchlan, William O. Smith, and William LeaTitt. 

Port or Harbour Master.— Thomas Reed. 

Commissioners of IVreeks and Slupwreehed Goods for the City and 
County ^ Saint Jmh.—- Thomas LeaTitt, and Thomas M. Smith, 
Esqairea. 

Brmneh Pttses .— John Reed, George Thomas, John Milb, John 
Murray, Daniel Hatfiekl, Alexander Milb, Edward Murray, James 
Reed, John Sneers, James P. Thomas, Thomas Vaughan, Wil- 
liam Speeri, John Seott, John W*. Seely, DonaM McDoogall, 
John Hatlin, Miebael Garrity, William Dougan, Michael Langen^ 
Patrick Trainor, and Richard Cline. 

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Light Bouu J£«3Mf9.— Alaxtndtr Read, Paitridg tUlaiMl ; Jamcg 
Lane, Beacon. 

AtMeison of Taxes and SUUvU Laftoiir.— Daniel Jordan, Daniel 
J. MoLaaghlin, Simeon L. Lugrin, and Joieph B. Whipple. 

CoUteUfTM of TozM.— Jamea Gerow, junior, on the Eaatern side 
of the Harbour, and William C. Dunham, on the Weitern aide. 
Georn Stockford, Collector of Dog Tax. 

Cweeiors of Wharfage and Slippage. — Michael McGnirk, Col- 
lector of Wharfage and Slippage at the Market Slip *, Michael 
McCarthy, Collector of Slippage at Union Street; Joseph Fair- 
weather, ditto at North Slip ; A. C. O. Trentowsky, ditto at 
Lower Cove ; John Walker, Collector of Wharfage at the Break- 
water ; Jamea Gault, Collector of Wharfage and Slippage at Rod- 
ney Wharf; Jamea Williams, Collector of Anchorage. 

Weigh MiMters.'Stephen Gerow, at North Slip ; George C. 
Scribner, at Union Street ; James Price, at Lower Core. 

Inspectors of Ffour.— Nathaniel Clinton, and John Humbert. 

Inspector of Bread.^G60tge Stockford. 

Inspector of Lime.— David S. Marshall. 

Gauger of Liquors — Benjamin C. Chaloner. 

GoMgerc and Searchers of Oil.— Andrew G. Lordly, and Samuel 
Gillespie. , 

^ssi^r of Weights and Measures.'— George Stockford. 

JIfeastefers of £^.-— Jacob Wilson, John Jones, Thomas Ran- 
kine, Francis Mann, William Scott, William McAuley» Francis 
Wilson, John Began. 

Measurers of Coals.—J. Wilson, F. Wilson, J. Jones, J. Bo|an, 
Henry Austen, T. Rankine, F. Mann, William Scott, William 
MoAuley. 

Surveyors ofLumberin the City Alexander McGrotty, Samuel 

Jordan, William H. A. Keans, Jeremiah Gove, John Jordan, 
Thomas Leach, David M. Whiting. George Cassie, Jacob Snider, 
Thomas Fairweather, Edward D. Gore, James H. Fairweather, 
Josiah Wetmore, Junior, William Shives, Stephen G. Blizzard, 
Charles E. Frost, Robert C. Frost, George H. Robertson, George 
W. G. Fairweather, Edward M^ Hoyt, Jamea McLoon. Charles 

E. FairweatLer, Nathaniel Adams, Charles Ketchum. Charles E. 
Harding, David Porter, Thomas G. Barr, Oliver B. Cougle, Nel- 
son A. Cougle, Stephen P. Wetmore, Joseph B. Whipple, Caleb 

F. Olive, William C. Hill, William H. Stymest. Alexander Mc- 
Harg, William Grady, John W. Bowser, Wesley Thompson, 
and John Gallivan. 

tnspeetors of Latkvoood, Staves, Hoop Poles, 8fc.^ Andrew G; 
Lordly, Samuel Gillespie. 
Cutter of Dried Fts^.— Samuel Gillespie. 
Inspectors ofPiekUd FtsA.— John Kinney. Henry Nice, Andrew 

G. Lordly, Jamea Stackhouse, Thomaa Wilaon, Samuel L. Bri- 
tain, John Christopher, Jsnior, and Evan Evans. 

Inspectors ofCorduood and Bark,— Fyler Dibblee, Market Slip ; 
John Paul, Lower Cove ; Stephen Gerow, North Slip. 
Supsrwtondent of CartSf Handcarts, and floeAv.— Fy ler Dibblca. 



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Baand £eM>£rf .— G««rM Slockford, imi 4be Ewtera aide of &ie 
Harbour; William Cronk, and R. Shewbridge, at CarletoB. 

Hog Recves.-^G&nrge Stockford and Jamas C. Durnian, oa 
the Eastern side of the Harbour^ William Crook, R. Shewbridge, 
and Justus Danforth, at Carleton. 

Fire Department.— Thomt^ M. Smith, Esquire, Chief Engineer; 
William Barlow, David Waterberj, Samuel Jordan, James E. 
McDonald, Johu Robinson, William Olive, and Michael l^omp- 
sou, Engineers ; Lowell Reed, Captain of the Hose Company ; 
Charles Raymond, Captain of the Axe Company ; John Patterson, 
Captain of the Hook and Ladder Company.— James Portmore, 
Captain of Engine No. 1: Thomas Barlow, Captain of No. 2; 
James M. Decker, Captain of No. 3; Daniel Jones, Junior, 
Captain of No. 4; John Smith, Captain of No. 5 ; James 
Beatteay, Captaia of the CarletonEngme. 

Firewards. — William O. Smith, H. Porter, Gregory Vanhorne, 
Thomas Harding, Thomas Coram. George Bond, Joseph Fair- 
weather, <B. Coxetter, Joseph O. Dunliam, J. Beatteay, Alexander 
Balloch. 



'City op Saint John Sanings' Bank. — His Excellency the 
Lieuienant Governor, Patron; Hon. Ward Chipman, LL.D. Pre^ident^ 
Hon. Hugh Johnston, John Ward, Robert W. Crookshank, Robert 
F. Hazen, James Cirk, Frederick A. Wigeins, John Wishart, Wil- 
liam J. Ritchie. Thomas Merritt, Charivs C. S^ewart, John Dancan, 
and L. H. OeVeber, Boquires, Tmstees ; the Bank of Neilr &rtiQs« 
wick, Treasurer; Daniel Jordan, Esquire, Cashier and Registrar. 

Chamber of Commerci:. — Hon. John Robertsofi, President; 
John Diincan and John V. Thiirgar, Esquires, Vioe-Presid«nt8 ; Ro*- 
bert Jardine, Secretary and Treasurer ; John Wisbart, Alfred Smith- 
ers, W. H. Scovil, John Poliok, E. L. Jarvia, William Parka, Wro. 
H. SUeet, Edward Allison, wiib the Members of the Assembly for 
the City and County of Saint John, Commiuee. 

Marinr Ho^iTAir-^fFor 0te Relief^ Sick aiad DiBaibkd Seamen) 
SaitU John.-^Sokn Ward, Robert W. Crookshank, Daaiel LeaviU, 
John Wishart, Ezekiel Barlow, Edward L. Jarvis, and John R. Parte- 
low. Esquires, Caromissioners ; Charles Ward, Esquire, Secretary; 
the Bank of New-Branswick, Treasurer; John Boyd^ fisquircj M.D., 
Physician aad Surgeon. 

Sailobs' HoMiyCSif. John.J—John Duncan, Johp Wisbert, N. S. 
D«Biill,.and Robert Jardiae, Commissioners. 

St. Jobn Mechanics* lNSTiTVTE.->tsaac Woodward, Esquire, 
President ; Wm. J. Ritchie, Esquire, and James Patcrsoo, LL.D. Vice 
Presidsats ; W. R. M. Burtis, Esquire, Correspondiof Secretary; W. 
H. Adamt, Treasurer; Joseph W. Lawrence, Recording Secretary { 
Ed win Fairweather, James Lawton. Jam^s Pettin)!eli^ Robert Shives, 
James Ardcw, S. L. Tilley, J. J. Monro, George Hotchiotoo. JtiQior, 
Charles J. Melick, G. fi. Feneiy, L. W. Darsnt, ani W. W. BMslie, 
Committee; Wn. Hulchiosoa, jr. Librarian; Chat. P. Betts, Clerk. 

S4JNT John Aoricitltural anp HoRTicuLTtJRAt Socntrt. — 
Robert Javdiot, Preiident; O. G. Oilbei! and J. IngMew. Ylet^Fre- 
sideots; John IMinean^ Treasarer^ M. H. Petley. Baqttkt, Gtam- 
•poRding Seeretary ; George Otty, E^sqaire, Recording SMrttRry;— 



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GommittfS— G. C. CarnMn, Peter DewaiE^ Jamei Bowea, fl. Cbulb, 
A. MeftsiM, jAmes Dunii, H. Blakslee, James Brown, Vim. flawkee, 
C. Drury, R. P. Hazen, and T. Trafioo. , ^., 

PvBUC Gbammar School, in thb Citt of Saint John.— 
The Rer. the Rector of Saint John, President ; t)ie Mayor, the Re- 
corder, the Hon. Ward Ghipmnn, LL.D., the Ht>n Jiidsre Parker 
Robert F. Hazen, and William Wright, Btquires, and the flmi. Ho((h 
Johnston, Directors; John H. Gray, Esqeire, Treasurer and Clerk; 
Jaoiea Paierson, LL.D., Principal. 

British School, St. Johit, N. B. — Alfred Smithers, Esq'r* 
President : John Duncan, and Samuel Uuygbue, Esquires, Vica Pre* 
aideaia; WiiUain Parks, Esquire, Treasurer; Rev. J. C. Gallaway« 
A.M., Secretary ; John Owens. Stephen Gerow, Robert Jardine, John 
Wisbart, Edward Allison, LeBaron Botsrord, P. LeSueur, Committee. 
*-<-E. H. Daval, Princi|/al ; Mr. Munro, Assistant. 

Saint John District Combiittkx of the SociETr for Pro* 
MOTiNO Christian Knowledge.— The Rev. the Rector of $aiot 
John, President ; William Scovil, Esquire, Vice President ; Beverley 
Robinson, Esquire, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Saint John Religious Tract Society. — Rev. A. Stewart, 
President ; John Kinnear, Esquire, Secretary. 

Saint John SociETr liisRARV. — The Rev. F. Coster, Presi- 
dent; John V. Thurgar, Esquire, Vice President; Gforg« D. Robin- 
son, and George Wheeler, Esquires, Committee; James W. Peters, 
Esquire, Secretary and Treasurer; William L. Avery, Librarian.— 
Library hours— from 12 to 1 o'clock, and from 3 to 4 o'clock, p.m. 

St. John Rbadino Society.— Rev. J. C. Gallaway, A. M., Pre- 
sident; Dr. Paterson, Secretary and Treasurer ; Committee of Manage- 
ment— tba Members. The meetings quarterly. The Society circulates 
the leading periodicals of the day, besides the roost approved works 
of modern literature. 

Sacrvd Music Society.— John Boyd, Esquire. M. D,, frcsi- 
dent; George H. Lawrence, Vice President; Chas. J. Melick, Esq. 
Treasurer; George A. Garrison, Esquire, Secretary; Samuel Steven, 
Conductor; E. B. A. G. Blak^lee, Librarian; Thomas Hatheway, L. 
H. Waterhpuse, James L. Woodworth, and James Gerow, Jtinior, 
Music Committee. 

Saint Gkorge's Society. — William Wright, E«q. President; 
John U. Gray, Esquir€, Vice President; Isaac L. Bedell, Esquire, 
Treasurer; Lewis W. Durant, Secretary. 

Saint Andrew's Society. — John Duncan, Esquire, President; 
Adam Jack, Esquire, Vice-President; Robert Jardine, Treasurer; 
Robert Shives. Secretary. 

SA.INT Patrice's Society.— Henry Porter, Esquire, Preaident; 
William F. Smith, Vice President; William Hutohinaoo, Esquire, 
Treasurer ; William Patton, Secretary. 

Albion Union Society.— W. H. A. Keaos, Preaident ; Wm. 
Ball, Vice President; Robert Wylie, Treasurer; Secretary. 

Highland Society of Saint ^hn.— Hob. John Robertson, 
Preaidant} John Duncan, John Royd, M. D., and John Wishart, £»• 

3uirea4 Vice Presidents; Rev. William T. Wiabart, Chaplain; Adam 
ack, Esquire, Treasurer ; James Robertson and Robert Thomson, 
^Secretaries. 



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OwifAif BtirsTOUBiiT SociBTT.— WiUiam Dohtrty, Prefident; 
Franeif Oolliot, ViM Trctidftni; Patrick McCttUougbi TrMtarerj 
CbirlM Watttn, Esquire, SaerfUry. 

LAont' BairxTOLBifT Sooiett.— Mn. Ward Cbipman, Patron- 
•m; Mrs. John Wilmot, Trtainrer; Miw L. KiDntar, Seeretrayi 
Mra. Whitt, Mra. Ilaaoo, Mra. Robertaoo, Mra. Barna, Mra. Sean; 
$tkd JMn. Stapliaa, Visiior*. 

Youno LADiaa' Total AaaTiNiwoa Socibty.— Miaa Philiipt, 
Preaideot ; Miat Oooham, Vica Preaideot } Miaa Da? idaoo, Searaury ; 
If iaa Blaltalae, Treaaurar. 

Saint Johst Auziliabt to thb Nbw Bbitibr and Foaaioif 
TaMrBBAMOB SooiBTT.->(On the Total Abatineoce principle. )'-N.S. 
l>eiiiill, Preeident; Tbonaa Hardiog, Jobo Paddock, M.D., Jobo Ham- 
bert, and W.R.M. Bnrtia, Btqoirea, Yiee PreaidentB*, W.H.A.Ket-it, 
Gorreapondinfaad Recording Secretary; John R. MaraballfTrcaaurer; 
^. S. Demill, Depoeiiary. 

Saimt John Roman Oatholio Total Abbtinbncb Rblibf So- 
ciBTV.— Rev. James Quia, President ; John P. Jonea, Esq. Yice- 
Praaidenl; William Bowen, Secretary; William Hurley, Treaaurar. 

Fbibnolt Fibb Club.^R. W. Croekabank, Esquire, President. 

Union Fibb Clvb.—B. L. Petera, Bsquiroi Preaideot; Leveret 
H. DeYeber,Eaquire, Yice Preaideot; Jobn Wishart, Esquire, Trea- 
aurar ; Alexandor Robertson, Esquire, Secretary. 

PaoTBOTioN Fibb Clvb.— Jobn H. Walker, Preeident; S. L, 
Tilley, Yiee President ; T. C. Humbert, SecreUry and Treasurer. 

Harbour Mastbr's Febs. — On veaaela of 30 tons, and under 
50, 28. 6d. ; of 50, nnd under 75, 3». 9d. ; of 75, and under 100. 
58. ; of 100, and under 150, 6a. 3d. ; of 150, and under 200, 78. 
6d.; of 200, and under 300, 10s. ; of 300, and under 400, 128. 
6d. ; vessels of 400 tons and upwards, 158.— Decked vessels under 
100 tons, owned and registered at St. John, and all British ves- 
sels under that tonnage, trading within the Bay of Fundy, or 
arriving from ports to the Northward of Cape Cod, or the West- 
ward of Cape Canso, or from any port in Nova Scotia, to pay 
annually as follows : — under 30 tons, Ss. 9d.; over 30r and under 
50 tons, 58. ; over 50, and under 75 tons, 7s, 6d. ; over 75, and 
under 100 tons, 10a. 

Rates of Ahchoraok.—- For every decked veasel exceeding 
50 tone, 3s. 9d. : veaaels from 50 to 100 tons, inolnsive, 5s. ; 100 
to 150, 6s. 3d. ; 150 to 200, 78. 6d. ; 200 to 250, 8b. 9d. ; 250 to 
300, lOa. And all veaaels of greater burthen in like poportion ; 
and for all decked vessels trading within the Bay of Fundy, 
there sliall be paid, vearly, on the first arrival after the first of 
April, according to the tonnage and amounts settled by the afore- 
said scale. , 

Ratbs or Pilotage.— For bringing any ship or vessel into the 
Harbour of St. Jobn, and mooring her in a safe pUce or berth, or 
securing ber aloogaide a wharf, the rates annexed to the several 
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Pint dittanea— from Partridce Ifltnd to Maiqaaih Head, bear- 
ing North Watt, 5i. par foot; 2d dittanea— From MoiqaaahHaad 
to Point Lepraauz, baaring North Wait, 6a. 3d. par foot; 3d dia- 
tanca— from Point Lepraaox to North Haad of Grand Manan, 
baaring North Watt, or North Channel bearing Sonth-Eaat, 7i. 
6d. per foot; 4th distance—from the North Hmd of Grand Ma- 
nan or North Channel, to Machias Seal Iiland, bearing South, or 
Brier bkmd, South Soulh-East, 88. 9d, per foot ; anywhere out- 
aide the aforeiaid dittancei, 10s. per foot. 

For removing and taking any aiiip or vewel out of the harboui^ 
&s. per foot.— In caiat where pilots shall be detained on board of 
Tassels under and by virtoe of Quarantine or Health Laws of the 
Province, they shall be entitled to demand from the Mastera of 
such vessels lOs. per day, for every day of such detention, in ad- 
dition to the allowance aforesaid. — Coasting vessels goin| from 
one part of the Bay of Fundy to another, (except square-ngged.) 
British or Foreign steam-boats, or British vessels drawing under 
six feet of water, are not compelled to take pilots ; when employ- 
ed, they are to be paid anoordmg to the aboTe rates.— For remov- 
ing any ahip or veesel from one place to another, within the 
harbour, and properly securing her,— for vessels not exceeding 
100 tons, 7s. od. ; over 100, and not exceeding 200, lOs. ; over 
200, and not eiceeding 300, 15s. ; over 300, 208. 

Ratio or Wharpagk, established hy Att 54, Geo. III. cap. 9.— 
For every decked vessel, or vessel of the description called wood- 
boats, not exceeding 50 tons. Is. 6d. per day ; aoove 50 tons, and 
not exceeding 100,28. 6d; above 100. aud not exceeding 150, 3s. 
6d. ; above 150, and not exceeding 200, 5s. ; vSaosn 200, and not 
exceeding 300, 7s. 6d. ; above 300, and not exceeding 400, 10s. ; 
400 and upwards, 12s. 6d. 

By an Act passed on the 4th April, 1842, the following rates of 
Wharfage are established in the City of Saint John and Pariah of 
Portland : — For every decked vessel, or wood-boat, of the bnrthen 
of 40 tons and under. Is. 6d. per day ; above 40 tons, and under 
50, ts. 9d. ; above 50, and under 60, 28 : above 60, and under 
70, 28. 3d ; above 70, and under 80. 2s. 6d ; above 80, and under 
90, 2s. 9d ; above 90, and under 100, 3s. ; above 100* and under 
120, 3b. 6d. ; above 120, and under 150, 48.; above 150, and under 
180, 4s. 6d. ; above 180, and under 200, 5s : above 200, and under 
220, Ss. 6d. ; above 220, and under 240, 68. ; above 240, and under 
260, 68. 6d.; above 260, and undeir 280, 78.; above 280, and under 
:300, 7s. 6d. ; above 300, and under 320, 88.; above 320, and under 
340, 88. 6d. ; above 340, and under 360, Os.; above 360, aud under 
380,98. 6d. ; above 380, and under 400, lOs.; above 400, and under 
450, lis. 3d; above 450, and under 500, 12s. 6d.; and Is. 3d. fot 
every additional 50 tons. 

Rates op Slippage at the Corporation Slips.—- All decked 
vessels, same rates as for wharfage ; wood-boats, three half-pence 
for every ton bnrthen, and allowed to remain six days each trip, 
for the purpose of discharging; if they remain longer, to pay oi^e 
penny per ton. additional, each day; no boat to remain kmger 
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For. a load of Wood, (quartet of a cord,) 

For a load of Coals, (naif a chaldron,) 

For a load coataininar 15 bushels Oram, 
Salt, Potatoes, or any other articles measor* 
ed at loading; or unloading, except Coals, 

For a pipe of Wine, Qio^ or Brandy, and 
hottsini^ within the door of the first floor, 

For a puncheon of Rum, or a tierce of Su- 
gar, from 7 t« 10 cwu and housing, 

For a puncheon of Molasses, a hogshead 
of Sugar, of 10 cwt. or upwards, or a hogs- 
head of Tobacco, and housing, 

For a hogshead or puncheon of Cider, or a 
load of dried Fish of 15 cwt., or a common 
load of household goodis, and storing, 

For a load of Shingles, Hoop-poles, Head> 
ing. Staves, Treenails, smoked Fish in box- 
es, Salmon, in kits, Dry Goods, or a load of 
any oUier articles not herein mentioned, or 
a hogshead of Lime, or a hogshead or crate 
of Earthenware, or two tierces of Earthen- 
'ware, a hogshead dtled Fish, two tiercesCof- 
fee, or quantity in bags not exceeding 12 
cwt., or a load containing six barrels Flour, 
or five barrsia Sugar, Fish, Beef, Pork,Tur- 
pentine, or Cider, or half a ton of Iron, or 
ihf SMne quantity of Cordage, in coila not 
6xeaedmg4ewi., - - - 

For a sixty-four gallon cask of Wine, 
Rumt Gin, Brandy, Molasses, or Porter, or 
for a load of Sand, Gravel, or Stones, or a 
load of four bari%ls of any spirituous Liquor 
or Molasses, 

For Cables and Cordage in Coils above a 
Cwt., or if to coil, per ton, or for Hay, 
l«ase, per ton, - . . . . 

ForHaiy, screwed, per tnO) 

For Bricks, per thousand, 

For LuBfacr, per thousand feet. 

For the cartage of any article or articles, 
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The Ftrit Dittrict comprises all that part of the City bdtwean 
the south line of Pond street and north line of Diike afreet, which 
lies to the westward of the east line of Mill stveet^ Dook strwat, and 
that part oF PHnee WilRam street between the netth Hne of the 
bfibkbtiildiff^ btflo»gtBg to the estate of J. K. MeKee (■ortbwsrd 
of the Miirkttl iqaare) and the north line of CHike street, sad in- 
eknKngf King afreet, to the westward of the west line of Germaia 
street. The Second District comprises all thai pan of the Citjr 



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betweon the north liiM of Union itreel. aiMJ santh Hoe ofSt. Aimet'' 
street, which lies without or beyond the first district, to the west- 
ward of the east Hue of Charlotte street.— The Third Dittnet eova- 
prises all ^»t part of the Citj which lies wi^ut or bejend the 
second district, to the westward of the east line of Sidney street. 
The Fourth District cooiprisee all that part of the City lying with- 
out or beyond the said third district, to the westward of the east 
Une of Cwmartben- street.— The Fifth District comprises aH tlmt 
part of the City lying without or beyond the said fourth district. 

HAORirKT-COAOlt FARES. 

For conveying not exceeding fonr persons from any public 
stand to any other part of the City, or from any one part of the 
City to an^ other part thereof, one titling; and for every passen- 
ger over four, six p§nc6 additional ; if the carriage be detained, to 
pay additional, at the rate of one stnlling for every half hour. 

PUBLIC PORTERS AND HAKI>GAItt-MEN. 

For loading, carrying and housing any goods, or any other 
.articles, on any hand-cart, from the Market Slip in King's and 
Queen's Wards, or from any other place within the limits of the. 
first district^ to any other place within the said several five districts, 
the rates of prices are as follow : — For the first drtttrict, three pence; 
second district, three pence half-penny ; third district, four pence ;. 
fourth district, four pence half-penny ; fifth district, five pence. 

Market Tolls. — Beef, per quarter 2d. ; Calf]; Sheep, Hog, 
Goat, Lamb, Kid, or Shoat, 2d. ; Tub, Pail or Jar of Butter, l^d; 
Firkin, 3d. ; every 10 lbs. of Roll Butter, Id. ; Cheese, ^d. : load 
of Potatoes under 15 bushels, 3d. ; ditto over T5 bushels, 6d. ; load 
of Oysters in shell or tubs, 6d.; Turkey, Goose, or dozen of Pi- 
geons, Ad. ; pair of Ducks, Fowls, or Partridges, ^d. ; bag of 
Flour, Meal, Oats, Peas, or Beans, ^d ; Ham or Shoulder, |d. r. 
£gga, per 10 dozen, ^.; and all other articles in like proportion > 

Fish Market Dues. — For every Salmon, 1 j|d. ; Codfinh, Pol- 
lock, Bass, or Shad, each, jd. ; Halibut, not e.tceeding 20 lbs. Id.; 
exceeeing 20 lbs. and for every 20 lbs. Id ; every Lobster^ ^d. ; 
dozen of iladdock, 1 jd.; every 100 of Gaspereaux, Alewives, 
Herrings, or other small fish, l^d. 

Rates of Weighing at the Public Weighing Machikes ii^ 
St. John. — Every load, not exceeding 1000 lbs. weight, one shll 
ling ; and one penny fur every additional cwt.~payable, half by 
the seller, and half by the buyer. 

GITY AND COUNTY OF SAINT JOHN- 



The Mayor and Recorder, Justices of the Mayor's Court. 

The Mayor, the Recorder, Henry Porter, WiUiam O. Smith. 
Thomaa Harding, Gregory VanHorne, Thomas, Coram, and! 
George Bond, Ecqnires^ Justices of the Peace and of. the Quorum. 

William Sopvil, James Peters, Ralph M. Jarvii^ Hon. Charles 

Siotends, GebarduAC. Carman, John Jordaii, G»eor§* AndMion,, 

.Jamea Moran, Hob» Hugh Johnston, Henry Gilbert, Robtrt W. 

Crooktbank, Noah Disbrow, Robert Payne, Archibiltf Meow»e» 



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Benjamin L. Pttan, Charltt Ward, Hon. John RobertMO^ Wot. 
H. Street, Daniel Leavitt, John GiUiea, Jamea Brown, Daniel 
Ansley, John Kerr, Jamea Kirk» John Pollok, Wiliiam Leavitt, 
WiUiav 01i?e, Samnel Stranfe, Jamei Gallaa her, Jaeob Allan, 
John Wiihart, Robert Keltie, LeToret H. DeVeber, Moeea Ver- 
non, Walker Tiidale, and William Hawkee, Eiquirei, Joatieea or 
the Peace. 

Charlea Johnaton, Eaqnire, High Sheriff'; Geo. V. Nowlin, 
Deputy Sheriff. 

Jamee William Boyd, Eaqaire, Clerk of the Peace, and of the 
SeHioni of the Peace, and of tlie Court of Common Pleat, and 
Keeper of the RoUe, dbc. 

William Bayard, Eiquire, M. D., Coroner. 

Iiaao L. Bedell, Eaquire, County Treasurer. 

Charlea Drury, Eiquire, Registrar of Deeds and Wills. 

Benjamin L. Peters, Esquire, Commissioner for taking Bail ia 
the Supreme Court. 

The Barristers and Attornies practising id the City and County, 
Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court. 

Gehardus C. Carman, John Jordan, and James Moran, Esquires, 
Commissioners for Solemnizing Marriage. 

John M'Gregor, and Thos. Trafton, Commissioners of Sewers. 

Jas. Stockford.and Charles Pidgeon. Overseers of the Fisheries. 

John Humbert. Esq., Inspector of Flour under Act8, Vic. o. 77. 

Mose^ H. Perley, Esquire, Commissioner of Indian Reserves 
uader j\A7 Vic. c. 45. , 

Board of EduaUum.^-The Mayor, the Recorder, Rev. Dr. I, 
W. D. Gray, Rev. F. Coster, and John, H. Gray, Esquire. 

TfUsUu of Schools. — Robertson Bayard, Edward Sears, and 
George Bond, Esquires. 

Commamtnunfor the BfanagemeiU of the Free School at St. John, 
unconnected with the Madras Board. — Rev. James Dunphy, James' 
Ga1la|her, Esquire, and William Carvill. 

Conmissionersfor the Alms Houseand Work House and h^rmary. 
—Gehardus C. Carman, James Dunn, James Moran, James Gat* 
lacher, Henry Chubh, and William O. Smith, Esq. PAystcian— 
William Bayard, Esq. M. D. £e<^— William Craig. 

SwnefMTs cf Lumber in the County. ^Thomas Jordan, Francis 
Jordan, Rzekiel Jordsn, Peter Oevar, Charles Eagles, Aleir. Lock- 
hart, John Tsptej, Gilbert Jordan, jun., David V. Roberts, John F. 
Gedard, John Morrison, Charl«s Sorrell, George W. Roberts, Robert 
Robertson, Jan., James L. Woodworth, David Tapley, Stephen H. 
Shaw.. John Logan, Hueh Morris, George Eagles, David Jobosten, 
William Logan, George Travis, John M. Campbell, John Heneberry, 
R. S. DlckBOD, Jamea E. Vincent, Joseph Ball, Jamee H. Bartlett, 
Moaee Tock, W. H. Travis, Joseph Lingley, Thomas F. LancaD. 
Cbarlee Robertson, I^enry Danville, George Clarke, Jsmes M. Olm- 
8ied, Rober Canard, James A. Rich, Jamea Phillips, fidwd. Spencer, 
John S. Brown, John Dowling, Joseph Tabany, William B. Whiie, 
Thomas J. Peirweather, Alexander B. Brown, John Tejlor,G. H. D. 
Clark, James Flewelliog, Jemee M. Whipple, Jemes M. Smith, 
Lavchlan McLean, George C. Daoham, Stephen H. FewUr, C. B. 
Godard, and William W. Jordsa. 



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TABISB or PORTLAND. •*Willi|^^.H9r4iaf.4«l»MFItfr- 
vfliing, iDd Sanmel L. Tillry, Truttcfi of Sohooff; /asMt Tt^^K 
ThoQ^M AliiQ, and Qugh Sharkey, Aueaaora of TaxM ; Andrtjr 
Mylti, Goliecior of Taxca: Jacob Pidgeon, Jamea OixoOi WilliaiiRi 
M^GarvJiy, Samuel Peters, David Duoham, Bernard MeDooagb,. f^tmn-' 
CIS S. Jooes, Daniel Friteh, David Odell, ConataMess J. PidgflMt 
J: J^oboston, W. Lo^ao, S. Peters, J. Toler, B. Arnairong, S. JoMsi 
D. M. Fritcb, J. Pattersoo, D. Odell, Hog Reeves ; PtoletoyLofH-' 
herd, Maarice Delaney, and Patrick Harrigan, Fence Viewira ; JS. 
Campbell. M. Delaney, and P. Harrigan, Pound Keepcrai Jtmaa 
Harris, Tbomss Hilysrd, and R. Robertson (2d), Cotnmisaioperalii/ 
Htghwayii ; Patrick MoGoIdriek, Patrick Harrican, Andrew MyilMi 
William Eagles, John Lovriher, P. Devine. R. McCoskery, •nd;Ji»ba, 
Connell, Surveyors of High ways ; Davjd Collins, Ferryitan atliMUMi* 
Town ; David Collins, Superintendent uf Ferry Landiogs ; Jamea 
Hathewav, Town Clerk and Clerk of the Market ; John Butler, fa- 
a^clor ol Fiah ; Jsoiea Hathaway, Surveyor and Weigher of Hay. 

PARISH OF SIMONDS.- Robert Jardine. John Jordan, junior, 
and Claudius Hamilton, Trustees of Schools j Robert Power, William 
Daley, and Robert Douglas, Asaes&ora of Tazea ; John J^hostop, 
Coileptor of Taxes ; Jamea Burley, John McAvoy, Job Stanley, Thb- 
UktM Clary, Neil duina, Samuel Wethers, James Hue^too, R. Modre/ 
and E. Hugbea, Constables ; Thomaa Garneit, Thomsa Bea,n, Will'-' 
ibrop Robinaon, William Been, senior, James McCourt, Wm. Dairy, 
fildward Gibson, William Wood. James Bartrim, Thomaa TraftOii, 
John Moore, Jamea McKee, and Robert Bowes. Fence Viewers ; Jas. 
Burley, Robert Moore, James Bartrim, William Blair. John Munfqrd, 
Sainuel Wethers, S. Gallivan, and J. Besby, Hog Reevea ; Hugh 
Daon, Jaifies McCourt, Philip Furlons. John Johnston. Daniel Gal- 
lagher, Neili Quinn. Ephraim Seniill, Wm> Craig, and John Rusaeflj 
Pqund Keepers ; John Johnston, Jamea InKledew, and Wm. Daify, 
Commissioners of Highways ; Wtnthrop Rohertson, Philip furlong, 
Robert Power, William White, Cbiarles Emslie; \MIIiam Bean, Simdti' 
Fraaer, Thooms Bowes, senior, Thomas Ua'rnett, John Crozivr, Jamea 
Stackboose, Bernard Kilpatrick, James Stewart, Daniel Gallagher, 
Jamea Bno IS, pw<>n McGuire, Patrick McManus, Neil Qoion, JohfL 
McAvity, George Wark, Arthur Henry, Richard Rigss, John. Higgiiit, 
William Kirn^n, Peter Clenry, J. 8. Parker, G. Aothony,,R. Moore^ 
J.* Bowes, R. Daley, T. MeDormott, John Bftwes, H. Mn'.^yan, .J.- 
Stevenson, J. Clerk, M. Bowes; R. Douglas, R. Evans, J. RuBsell,P, 
Mi^es, J. Stanley, P. Cull(>rton, and Ephraim Spntiil. Surveyora ol^ 
Highways ; Robert Bowes, Town Clerk and Clerk of the Market. 

. PARISH OP LANCASTER.- Re]r. T. W. Robertson. James 
Qaioton and Isaac Clarke, Truatees of Schools j Barnabas Tiltpn, 
lauiB CUrke, and Thomas C. Carter, Assessors of Taxes; William. 
Haidibg, Collector of Taxes; Michael Downey, Jamea McAuley.aod' 
John Dunham, Constables j John Morrison, John Cunnable. and John 
M^Eihattpn, Hog Reevea; John Harding', Clayton Scott, and Janies, 
l)tarch, Fence Viewera; John Harding and WHIism M. Tilton, Pnund 
Keepers; George Anderson, Archibald Menziea, and Jtimes Gai^lt, 
C^ipissiooers of Highways ;, James Wynn, Leacy Hay ward. WiD. 
Cox, Joihn Tynor, William Harding. WHliam Wilson. Danirl Mnrt-^a^ 
Peter .McLai|cH(iao. John Hooper, John Siinson. Jo.l)n MrNi?bt. Tbdk« 




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1»ARISH OV SAINt MARTINS. -DaviJ Grut. As^ff* Ftttitfr^ 
Mtf Wiliram McAir^o, Trutteet of Schnols; Tbomat H. Black, Sit* 
pMNi Mather tnd TtiAina^ Sicf «ot, At<i«*ators of Tas«t { D. B*owo 
C«tt«elor of T«i«9 ; Archibald Purkt. Willmm Alesandtry WiIIiia 
Davit; Harrington Brown. Sdinoel Shanklin, William Comploo, Htr- 
ria Oimock and David Brown, Con«iahlea t Wrtliam McCmnber, Jaa. 
O'DonneH, and Alexander D<iu;iaa, Hnt Beevea; Saina«l 8bankll6» 
Job'nBnyih, John Howard, nnd Prancii Siniih, Fence Viewera t Wil- 
liam Seoit, and Alesandar Douslaa, Poand Keepers; Andrew MilU* , 
can.Piiilip Mother and Gdward Brown, Connniy^ioners of Highwayi i 
tlobert f^lejrd. Thmiias Ellia. John Daviiion, Robert FIcicber, Prancii 
Smflh, John Campbell, J<iinea Hurna. Dniiiel Mother, Jamet HcDr5« 
John Palkioham, P. Floyd. R. Hnr^eford, J. Mufphy, W. Saodf, J. 
Bradabaw, E. Delor.g. J. 8killeii,Z. Reed, G. Verner. 0. Smiib. B. 
Brown, J. Detap, W. Davit, H. Sands W. Floyd, R. Patterson, and 
O. Marr, Surveyors of Highways : Thomas H. Black, Town Clerk 
and Clerk of the Market. 



COUNTY OF YORK. 

' lion. John Simeoe Saunders, Hon. John Allen, John RoMuSOu, Es* 
qaire, Hon. George Mincbin.and William U. Odeil, Etqo^ftf, Jeaiicea 
of the laierior Court of Common Plena. 

Hon; John S. Saunders, Hon. John Allen, John RobitHon, Esquire, 
Hon. Georae Mincbin. William H. Odell, James A. Maelauchlan, ' 
Thomas Jonea. James Harrison, William Davidson, Patrick Campbeil., 
James Miles, Ross Currie. Adam D. Allan, Ooorfe Garden, Law reni-e 
B Rainsford, Hu^h y Htinsard, Solomon Pn rent, David B. Sbeltoti, 
Ueorge Ohayue. William J. Bedell, Thomaa Gili, Thomas Earle. Ri- 
chard Heyoe, George Clements, James Taylor, ^Jlan McLean, Tbo*!. 
I^irkard, Thomas U. Robertson, William D. Hem, Ass Coy, Isaac 
Krbiirn Lewis Davis VVigsn, Gdward Himonc's, Joseph Gayoor, Fre- 
derick W. Haiheway, Charles McPherKon. George Mor<?house, Robert 
David James, Geo. L. Hattieway, (qfJheQuorum) and Ira logrebaui, 
Junior, E*quirea. Ju$ncea^ibe Peac«>. 

Benjamin Wolhaupier, Esquire, High Sberiflf; Joseph Myshrall, 
Deputy SberiflT. 

George J. Dilibice, Esquire, Keeper of the Rolls, and Cleik of lbs 
Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleas. 
Joseph Reek, Esquire, Regiiiirar of Wills and D<*eds. 
The Barristers and Atloroies practising in ihe County, with Dsvid: 
B. Shelton, ilenrjr Morebau.«e. and Lewis Dsvis Wisan, Bsquires', 
Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court. 

lion. John S. Saunders, nod William 1 yng Peters, Esquire, Covar- 
inissioners furiaking Bail in the Supreme Court. 

William Woodford, Heury Jones. Henry Fisher, George More- 
house, Jurlah Hammond, and George L. Haiheway, E«q'e, Corpoers. 
Mark Needham. Esquire, County Treasurer. 
H^a- John Allen, aud James A. MscLauchlan, John Robinsof», Jis. 
liaxrivon, and James Miles, Eaquirea, CommiasieDers for tolemntaitig 
Marriage. 

jMRet B, Toldervy, Esqaire, M. D., Cemmissionei of ladiao Re- 
serves, upder Act 7 Vie. c. 46. 
Asa Coy. S«q. Receiver of Crowb Debts, nod^r Act 7 Vic. c. W. , , 
A%B Coy, P. E. Beckwiih. MUf k Needham, P. W. Hmtbes^ay. lt< 
•e|4CI»M»«r; Heiry Fk^^Si A. Akerley, Jtiiti S. Beck, J»ii^ 



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fi. PtrUy, Gfor|« B. K«tch«m, Jottph C. Hattit «r»y. Bmjin »k, 
iJMX\9,996 Alittri J. Lordly, Licfotcd Anciionetrt. 

Firewnrdt in Fre(<«rJelon.-Thc Hon. Thomas BaUlk, Oe^Kfo 
MiiHibiq, tnd L. A. Wilmot, aod Mark Nfadbam, BoHJaoiin Wel> 
baopter. William D. Harit, John A. Beckwith, M. Branneo, Robert 
Obcatoot, Charlfs McFherton, and Justin Spahnn. Btquirat. 

Board qf iCdueation.'-3nhn Robinson, O. J. Dibhicc, D. L. Robio-' 
iioa. Qeorga Lee, Junior, Etqoires, Right Re?. Bishop Dollerd, Rev. ' 
J. M. Brooke, end Ret. Chsries Spurden. 

York County Agricultural Society.— OU^tt Smith, Esquire, Preii- 
(iciit{ J. A* Beckwiib. Esquire, Secietury and Treasurer. Viee Pre** 
sMieatt-rJohn Guioo, Dumfries; Dr. Shelton, Southampton; Dr. Oa- 
eerbill, Queenshnrough ; Thomas Jones, Esquire, Prince William;^ 
Moses Pickard, Douglas I Charles Long. Kinssclear; Robert Jamea, 
£iq. Stanley; Major McLean, St. Mary's; Win. Watts, Frederictoe. 

Frederiet^n Soeuty of Snint ilniireio.— Thomas R. Rohertsoo, Esq. ^ 
President : J am^ llolib, E«quire, M. D., Isl Vice President j Wm. 
Watts, 2d Vice President; John F. Taylor, Esquire, Treasurer; Wip. 
Grigor. Secretary. 

Frederielon Soeiity of St. I'atrick.- Hon. Thomas Bail lie, Presi* 
deot i Hon. L. A. Wilmot, Vice President ; Samuel Fieming, Tresv 
»orer ; T. O'Connor, Secretary. 

i^htderkton Society of Saint Qeorge.-^Uon. Gforge Shore, Presi- 
4ettl; J< E. VVoolford, Esquire, Vice President; Venerable Arcbd^a- 
COB Cosier, Chaplaio; — , Treasurer and Secretary. 



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COUNTY OF CHARLOTTE. 

Hon. Harris Hatch, Hugb Mackav, Esquire, Hon. Thomas Wyer.. 
Hon. W. F. W. Owen, and John VVilson, Esquire, Justices of the 
Petce tnd Inferior Court or Common Pleas. 

Hon. Harris Hatch, Hugh Mackay.Esq. Hon. Thos Wyer, Hon. W.v> 
F. W. Osren, John Wilson, Tristram Moore, Patrick Clinch, Charles' 
R. Hatbeeray, David Mowati. William Ker, GeorRe Porter, Wilford 
Fisber, Joshus Knight, Nehemiah Marks, James Frink, John Sneti, 
Robert Thomson, John Porter, James Albee, Josepbus Moore, Abra< ' 
him J. Wetmore,Jobn McNeil, Thomas Moses, Cochran Craig, Geo. 

J^ay, David A. Rose, John Robinson. Church Meigs, James W. Street, ' 
ames Boyd, Robert Watson, John Grimmer, John Farmer, (of the 
iiuomm) and James Brown, Esquires, Justices of the Peace. « 

WeUia«ton Hstch, Esquire, Keeper of the Rolls, and Clerk of ibe 
Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleaa. 

Thomas Jones, Esquire, High Sheriff. 

David Mowatt, Patrick Clinch, David A. Rose, Etquires, and Ds. 
S. T. Gove, Coroners. 

David W. Jack, Esquire, County Treasurer. 

Hon. Harris Hatch, Registrar of Deeds and Wills. 

HegbMackay, Hon. Thomas Wyer, J.N. Clark. C.R. Hatbewsy, 
W. Fieber, Rot)ert Thomson, David A. Rose, and Isaac Knight, £s<' 
qiiiiei. Commissioners for taking Bail in the Supreme Court. 

Tbe Juatices of the Ple^. toRether with Patrick Clinch, Willisiu 
Ker, Wilford Fisher, Charles R. Hathewjiy, and Isaac Knight, Es^ 

2eirei, and the Barrixtert and Attornies practising in the Comty. 
SwntttiiiaiDQerif for tifci^ng Affi4aftt% iq^^ibe^ Supreme Court. 
H«gli ileckeyi TristTtm Moore, Hon. Thomas Wyer, Hon. W. F. 
F; Ovif, WtUord FialMV ii»4 Robert Tbomioo, ISsqaires, CommU- 
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s. Hod. Tbomts Wjftr, KMclf«r er€Mwi'M»lf,iiMlBr Ac«7 V.e 9i. 

fcill Palltft, lfi«pvctor of f1o«r, nudtr Act<$ V. c. 77. 
rrf^f £rfUealira.— Hon. Htrrit HvloH, %9W.Df. Atl«f. Bmi. 
tlbtti. WjMr, «nd Qtorg* D. SUMt, D. W. Jack, Biqtitft, Md lUf . 
John Rom. 

Pmblic arummar Oehool in Saint Andnmi-^VLfv. Dr. AMty.'HM. 
H. Haioli, Hon. Tbomat Wyer. l>r. 8. TiontM^D. W. JmIi.Gm. 
D. Street lad Tlim. Jone*. Biqnirat. and R«v. John Rou, OinclOM. 

liin» Hounmd Wwtk Hotue.^ R. M. A ndfe««, Robert Ker, Jacob 
Pa«l. Tbotnai Horry, end John Battov Oomniiastotiera. 

Jtfbrtne H6§pHal,St. Andretn.—Hm. HoiHo H*l«h, Willimi Ker 
aad D. W. Jack, Kaqoitta, CommiaaioMra. 

Cmmninimunfor Wntlud Profwtym th$ CmmN ofCkmlimt -^ 
Hm. TfMHiiaa Wverond Peirr Sm»ih, St. Andrewe; MidiaerDqfgttt, 
QfianH Manan; Liebt. J. J. Rnbmton, R.N. WVai Mn, fte. 

Ctmm'iuicn&rt of Buoyn and Beaaont Jbr the Inntr Bay of 'Isanti' 
mafnodd».^0. M. Porifr and Jasiea FrMifk, Btqeires. 

C. K. Uatheway, J. H. Whiilock, ,>8mea Bovd. WtlMam MaLtan. 
iS. WiUcm, F. Lorimtn, T. P. Stitw. Dnniel SuDbon, W. T. Roa«. 
llohtnl Kerr, John Parkinson, Wm. Whittoek, J. W. Slrtet, J. Mc- 
Lachlan, and John Campbell, Licenaed AneUooeeri* 

Ckarldtte Catmt0 AgiiaiUwal Sooicly.— -<— — Pfeiadepi ; 
Hoootftbfe gariia Qaich and Hon. Thomas Wjer, Vieerrcaidtai^^i 
W. Hatch, Eaq. Trcaanrert Alex'r. T. Paul, Secrefarjr; D. Moant, 
Joaafrti Wahoa, C. R. Hatbeway, T. Tofoer, T. 8imc, J. McCitrdy, 
T. Lochary, H. O'Naill and S. Getty, ComoMttce. 

Charlotte Countv Highland Soct«(jf.-~Rev. John Rosa, Praaident ; 
J-mies BroWn and Jamea Boyd, Esqnlre*. Vtce Pretldaara t Jdcob 
PiiMl, TMaanrer ;<Thofnaa iSlma, jr. Secretary ; Thomaa Wau, Corroa- 
poodio;; Secretary; John Mann, jr. Qeorae McKenale, Geo. McKaji 
M. S. flannvh, Thomaa Berry, Dancan Stewart, Hugh Morriooo, Jo- 
tfefih'WaMmif and #ohn Rodgar, ComnBitieo. 



COUNTY OF SUNBUHY. 

Htm. John Simeon Saundera, Thomaa 0. Miles, Stephen PMbody, 
Nflihaoie) Hubbard and Oeorge Hay«ard, Beqnifes, Jaatieea of tbe 
Infetior Ooart of GominoA Pleas* 

Bon. JohniSiaacoe Saundere, Tkemaa O. Mi4ea, Stephen PeabMy, 
Nathaniel Hubbard, George Hay ward, Charles F. Street. JaineeTt(- 
fey, Cbarlea Hazen, Wro. Hoyt, Henry T. Partefow, ThomM'Rarri- 
xnot John Peabe<£y, Qenrae Piicsilv, Thomaa N. Gilbert, Wm. Batpe, 
Knoch Lunt, Cbarlea H. Clowea, Thomas Hartt, fr. Wtlham Seoulfar, 
Co/the Quorum) and Thoe. H. 8mi(h, Bsqairea^ Jaatieea of the Peaee. 

John Hazen, Baqoiie, Higli Sheriff. 

Ohaelea P. Wetmore, BfOnire, Keeper of the Kol<a,«iidCierliof «*>e 
Peac^iaod Jnienor Gooci of Coanaien Pleas. 

O. B. Coeert, finock Barker^ aadi t);T. Panelow, fitq's. Cer«ia«»t«. 

The Barriaiifta and Aitoeaiea jpimei4eiir« tn t%e Coaaty, tetf^eiher 
witb.H. T. Pa«t»lb«, KsfiatrakCoainUssMaers'for taking' Affldaviiatii 
i1l«.8«|tf^e Oeqv(L 

Henry T. Pkrtehiie»-Biqqtiey Oi t ia fci a a i a a Jf fit cakhtg^'QiiA 4o Mia 
9aare«noCaii^« 

ThoKw O. liiie»>lSte|ikeii1»atMNty4B<<|liag|FH#ynfard; Bt^m, 
Coiomissiooers for aotemoizing Marria|e< 



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N«iktuiH HmLUkI, Bf^Hirt , Reccim of Cr««B D«bit mAm Ad 
7 Vic. c. 16. 

Uceb Tilkf m4 Abotr flkeljr^ Li«f mcil Aortimi»fvs 

ii0arv<o/£:Ji(«atMm.-.Rev. J. M. ScirHnff.A.M.,TbD*.0. MiIm. 
Otivio L. HitNwty, H. T. I*ttrt»l»w, »mI C. P. Wttmor#. Em^m. 

AiKflti* •/lAt Grmmm» SbAm/.— Rev. John M. Siirliiif, A.M., 
R»«. JaoiM Pnrier. Jacob W. tUrk«r, Maihanid Hubtard, Oforn 
Hay««id,«nd Stephen 0urp«, Kaquirei. 



^ QUEEN'S COUNTY. 

Samuel ScovU, Biqaire, Hoo. Harry P<>(era and William Foafeny, 
Evqoire. Jnaticea of Iba Inferior Court of Common Plea*. 

Samuel ScotiI, Bsqoire, Hon. Harry Ptfi«>r«, William l*\aahay. Tl)«- 
iiiaa T. Hewlett, John Barle, Charlea Harriaon. Peiera YeajnaRn, 
Jobn McAlliater, Lewia McDonald, John IMcLran, Joaeph B. Pfrbina, 
Thomaa Morray, Robert Ooldiuv, William Murray, Charlea Kaitb, 
George W. Hoben, Ebciiczer L. liurpo, Thomaa G\U>9ti,(ofthe Quo- 
rum) and Thomaa Harriaon, Eiquiref; Ju^tica of the Peace. 

Nathaniel Huhbard DeVeber, Eaquire, High SberiC 

Timovby E. Wetmore, Eaquire, Keeper oi the Rulla, and CldrJ(«r 
the Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pl«>88. 

Hanry S. Patera, Eaquire. Registrar of Witla and Deede. 

John Barle and Thomaa T. Hewlett, Baquirea, Corntiera. 

Tba Barriatera and Attoroiea pracii«m4 in the Couoiy, to^brr 
witb tlio Hon. Harry Petera, Samuel Scovil, and John MiUid§e, Ei- 
^nirca, Commisaionera for taking Bail in the Bunrenie Court. 

SaniDal Scotil, Eaguire, Hoo. Harry Pettra, WiUiani Poahay. Tho- 
maa T. Hewlett, Jobn Earle, Jobn Humpbriea. aod Ckarlea Kailb, 
Eaouiraa, Commiasionera (or aolemaiiiot Marriata. 

WilliMi F. Benoell, Eaquire, leaner of Marriaee Licenaei. 

William Poahay, Eaquire, Receiver of Crown Debta, «nd«ff Aal 7 
Victoria, cap. 36. 

.Samnel Mayec and Willian P. Bonnel^, Liceneed Anciiooaars. 

Hon. Harr? Petera, Samuel Scovil, Eaquire. Re?. Abraham Wood, 
i*hoa. T. Hewlett, Timothy R. Wetmore and N. U. OaVeber, En^t*. 
Truateee of tbft Grammar School. 

B0ttrd of > JMoliMi.— Hon. Harry Petera, Hon. Hugh JobmHoB, 
Samuel Scovil, N. H. DeVeber, T. ft. Wetis^ve, Urnry ». Peuaa 
and John J. Millidgo, Eaquiroa. 



KING'S COUNTY. • 

Hon. William McLeod, and Thomaa Beer, J uatusS.Wetmora, Hen- 
ry A. Scovil and John C. Vail, Esquirea. Juaitoea of tba Interior 
Court of Commott Pieaa. 

Hon. William McLaod, and Thomaa Beer, Juaina 8. Weimore, 
Henry A> Searil, John C. VmH, Tbon>na Kaicbum, A. C. Bvanaoh, 
iobn Batbarie, Ebenezer Smith, Unnc Havitand, Samuel Paater,Jeha 
W»gbtmao, Jobn Brirtaln, Jamee Britlaib^ Jobn H. Ryan. John Hen- 
dereoo, Cbarka W. Stockton, John C. Pric#, EHaa S. Wi'ibioro, (tit 
tke Quorum) and John Ha«arty, Esottirea. Juatteea nf the Peace. 

LeBaron Dmry, Baquito, High Shariffi John Withaitt, Deputjr 
SheriflT. ^ 

Edward Betta Smith, Baqnire, Ketpor nf tb« RoHa, aria CItf H of 
<he Feaco and Inferior Conn of Common Plaaa. 

Bfiii, William McLeod, Regturar i>I. WilJtMd Pndt. 



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Gtorga N. Arnold, Wiiiiam PrMt, Imm HtviUid,- Syltnler K. 
£drle and A. C. Evantoo, Bsquiret, Coroutri. 

John C. Vtil and A. C. ktansoo, Etquirta, CommiifioBtra for 
Mkkiog Bail in the Supreme Court. 

John C. Vail and A. C. Evanaon, E^niraa, and tba Barrittara aiMt 
Aiiorniai praciioing in ihe Couniy, Coin«iaaioBen for takiB| AiBda- 
vita in tha Supreme Court. 

^ Hon. William McLeod, Henry A. Seovitaad John C. Vail, fiaq'ra. 
Commiaaioners for aolemnizins Msirria^e. 

Edward B. Smith, Esquire, Receiver of Crown Debti, noder Act 7 
Victoria, cap. 36. 

G. B. Smith, Eaa. and Rev. Wm. B. Scovil, Rev. Willian W. 
Walker and Hon. William McLrod. Truateea of Grnmmar School. 

Board of EdttaUion,— Edward B. Smith, Esquire, R(iv. WiUiam 
K. Scovil and Hon. William IMcLeod. 

C.Wetmore, B. R. Gidney, E.S. Freeze and D. Sheck, Aoctioneert. 



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COUNTl OF WESTMORLAND. 

<non. William Crane, Hon. Amoa B. Bottferd, William Wihoq and 
John Chapman, Esquirea, Joaiicea of the Inferior Court of Common 
Plena. 

Hon. William Crane, Hon. Amoa E. Botarord. William Witaon, 
jAhn Chapman, JameaSavre, Philip Palmer, Bill Chappell, Barman 
Trnemao, LewiaTritea, William Chapman, Daniel Haoingtvn, John 
Trenholm, George Oulton, Joseph Avard. Amasa Weldnn, George 
Pitfield, Jamea Robertson, Thomas Prince, Samuel Black. Philip Chai»< 
man, Charlea Dixon. Thomas E. Smith, Thomaa Keillor, {o/Viit 
Quorum) and Rofns Cole, Esqnirea, Juatieea of the Peace. 

William P. Sayre, Esquire, High Sheriff. 

Hon. Edward O. Chandler, Keeper of the Rolls, and Cl«rk of tha 
Peace and Inferior Ct»ttrt of Common Pleas. 

Andrew Weldon, Esqoire, Registrar or Deeds and Wills. 

Andrew Weldon and John Crandall, B^quiret:, Coroners. 

Wm. Wilson, Evq. and the Barriatei^s snJ AUornies practising in 
the Conniy, Commisttionera for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court , 

Hum. Wm. Crane, Hon. Amoa E. Boiaford, William Wilton, Lewi« 
Tritea, James Rt^riaon, Robert GodUfj and Charlea F. Preseoii, 
Ksquirea, Commissioners for takinc Bail in the Supreme Coart. 

Hon. E. B. Chandler, laauer of Marriage Licensee. 

William Chapman, Hon. Wm. Crane, Bill Chappell, Lewis Ttite* 
and J. Trenholm, E«qoirea, Commisaionera foraolemnizing Marrfage. 

Albert J. Sihitb, Eaquire, Receiver of Crown Debta under Act 7 V. 
cap. 36. 

James Milne, Alexander M'Ghie and Richard C. Scovil, Commis- 
aionera of Booya and Beacnna for the Harbour of Sbediac. 

Board ^fEdmcatUm.'-^hon. Amos E. Botsrord, Hon. E.B.Cha tid- 
ier, Rev. John Black, Rev. Joseph Craadall, Rev. P. Gattvercau and 
Jaaeph Avard, Esq. 

jMeph Bowaer, Thomas Carter, Wm. Fawcelf, Richard Loweiisoir," 
Nathan Lawreaca, Charlea Cahill aad Eimmd Anderson, Commit- 
sionara of Sewers for tha Pariah of Sack villa. 

Janaa Rabartson. SliehielS^ Harris, Jamea SteadttiaD, Thomaa M. 
Brown and Lewis Conataniine, Pirewards at Vhe Bend of Petitcodiae; 

Aotfrai^ WeMon, jr. Oaorge Pttf eM. Oearga Wondsrorih. Thfliii«i« 
E. Oaltan, jr. Henry Li^nfsfoaa, ThMisa Gtttihia and ioae^h r> 
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COUNTY OP NORTHUMBBRLAND. 

Alfstnd^r Dividson, John Fruter, Hon. Jofpph Cunarrf, John Ne>- 
Tnith ind H»iiry B. Allison, Etquirei, Jusiicet of the lofcrior 'Covrt 
«f Comosen Pleas. 

Alexander Davidson, John Frster, Hon. Joseph Cunard, John Nn - 
miih, Heory B. Allison, John T. Wiilisinn, Alexander Good (\|lt9«, 
Dudley Perley, OocaM McKay, Rnbert Leslie Doak. John J Donald, 
Thomas C. Allan, Alexander McL'-ggan. Thomas W. Underhili, H. 
C. D. Carman, William Letsnn. Pltineas Williston, James Hierlihy, 
Benjamin Stymest. jr. John McDnoald. John Coppai^t*, Jared Toaer, 
Johp Porter, Roderick McLpod, Alexander David»>oo jr. Peter Morri- 
son, Thomas Willoai(htiy, John Leslie, J»mps L. Pnce, Alexander 
Praser, jr. Richard Hutchison, Donald McNaushtnn, {ffthe Quorum) 
«nd Donald McDonald, Gt^qiiires, Justices of the Peace. 

John M. Johnson, E«>quire, Hi|h SheriflT. ... 

Hon. Thomas H. P«iers, Keeper of ih« Rolls, and Cletk of ibe 
Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleas, 

J. A. Street, Enquire, Registrar of Deeds snd Wills. 

James White, Martin Cranny, James L. Price, and John McLaod, 
(of Tabusiniath) E^^quites, Coroners. 

William Loch. John 'Nesmiih, Alexand(>r DaTids<>n, Hon. Josepit 
Cttoard, RolH>ri Daalc and John J. Donald, Esquires, Commiikiooerii 
for Iskint Bail in the Supreme Court. 

John Nesbiith, Hon. Joseph Cunaid, Robert Dosk, John J. Donald, 
Jas. L. Price, Bsq'rs, and the Barristers and A'tornieb praciisingiu this 
County, Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court. 

Aleiaoder Uoodleitow, Donald McKay, Rohert Doak and ^loderick 
McLeod, Esquires, Commi«sioners (or Solemnizing Mar risge. ' 

Hon. Thomas H. Peters, Issuer of Marriage Licenses. 

L. HawhoU and Martin Cranuey, Commissioners 4>f Buoys aad 
Beacons iii Mirsmicbi. ' . , • ^ .-. 

Wm. Carjnsn, John T. Willistoa and John Fraser, Commistioqera 
lor Sick ami Disabled Seamen. 

Jas. Johnson, E»Q. Commissioner of Wrecks and shipwrecked i;pod<. 

Alexander Key, Esq. Health Officer for the Port of Miraroichi* 

William Salter, B«q. Cominissiooer nf Indian Reserves under Act 
7 Vic. e. 45: and Receiver of Crown Debts under Act 7 Vic. c. 36. '' 

Richard Hutchison, David Johnsiou, Matihevr Lamoot, Patrick 
Hays and Georse Anderson, Firewards in Duunlastnwn. 

Trustees of <Sdtoo/«.— Re/. W. Henderson, R. Hutchison and 
C. Wishart. 

iamea Gilmour, Henry Canard, Wiltiam Carman and John Wright, 
Bitquirei', and tte'v. Samuel Bacon and Rev. John McCurdy, Trufieas 
of the Gramqiar School. 

Board of £<fifOi<to}i.— Hon. Joseph Connrd, J. A> Street, Jam^ 
Writbt, Hofi. T. H. Peters, Rev. Saiinuel Bacon, Rev. J. MaCttrdy, 
and Jamea NiUer. B^obira. : ^^ 

Highland Society of Neio Hrwnsmck (at ilfiratntcAi^^A. Koj;. 
M.p. presifieal; Aleiander Rankin, Thos. C Allan, and Hon. John 
Montgonery, Vice Prcskleats; I(ev.«li»hn Macbasn, Chaplain t Thos. 
C. AHan, Esquire, Treasurer;. A itxaiitder.Fraaer, junior, Sjecr'tary,— 
/>»rMf9ra-T John McDoagail, A,. McLnggan, John Frater. (Cross, P«Ml« 
Resiigoncbe;) R. NlcLcod, D. Jnhnatone, P. Morrisan, J. Cait«.0. 
JieN4W|hson, R. Htttehiaon, F. Fer«oaoi^ (.BaihiHrsi>$ A.J)a«MliMi, 
(Oak I^iot); D. M«f;|uy» Mn Ma^e, A. MfKiilop. J. Fi«f«r, 
4!^a«easiia) ; A. A. Datidson, J. McDonald, (Bayda Via)i Oflfrgo 
Kerr, Wm. Henderaon, A. M./Alei. LondouDt A, GoadfflloVi Johft 
Boyd, Joaeph RttascU, tod Wm. Loch. 



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/ohV Wtteton ahd George Pagan, Esqttirei, Jatti^et of tK^ Infarior 
Otnii 6t Gmtamon Plena. 

John Whelen, George Pagan, John Bowjer^ WrIUam Han'ily^ibA, 
Tnifiiaf P6well, John P. Ford, Wflliam McLaorf, Jai^^s Long. Da- 
^Id* Wark; Leatock P. W. DeaBrit^y, {qftht Quorum,y and Williai& 
JMHraw, Eadairea, Juaiicea of the Peace. 

Williatn A. fi^ack, Esquire, High Shf^rif. 

mt^, S. W. Weldon, Keeper of the Rolla, itid Cletlt 6f the Pea^e 
kUSiahtloj Cottrt o( Common Pleaa. 

Giot^ Pagan, Esijoire, Registrar ofDeeda and Willa; 

Jtklm Long, Esquire, Coroner. 

Williiiii Cnaudjer, Esquire. County Treaavrrer. 

John Wheten, abd George Pagan, Esquires, and the Barrjfltera and 
Aitproias practising in the Couttiy, Ooroiiiissioneiri for tikidg Afflda- 
Vila' ita the Supreme Court. 

John Wbeien aod Georsa Pagan, Esqtaires, CotnmiAionera fdr tak- 
ing ]E^il io t^e Siiprenia Conrt. 

Hbn. Jobo W. Weldon, Isatier of Marriage Lieenaea. 

John Wbetea, William. Haoittfftdn, and Jobd Bowser, Biqttif^i, 
Coibiniasiobera for 8o)emni<ing MarriHse. 

Ptttr Matron, Esq. Cdmmisaiober of lodiait Reservdi. ndd^r Act 
7 Vie, Ct 46; and Receiver qf Crown Debta, ooder Act 7 Vie. c. dft. 

Witiiam Bowaer and L. P. W. DekBriiftj, Esquiirea. Comihission- 
ttntif Btioya bnd B^Acoha In the Coantjr of Kent.— Tbbmaa Oultob, 
fisqlvire. iddit^dnal Gomtniasioner of Buoya hqd Beacona (or Richt- 
btt^tb; and Cbarleft R. Smith and Frabcia fitcPhelink, for Bifctdiiche. 

Board il(r Edueathn. -John Wbeten, Geor^ Pagan, Hon. John W. 
Weldon, Rev. Josej^ M. Paqoet, bdd Datid W.ark, Esquire. 

Trititeit ^ fhe Qrimrhar Sfcftodf-Hdn. Jolin W. Weldon bud 
George Pagan, Esqufre. . . 

Kxkt AgrieuOvrat Society.— -Qiiair^t Pagan, fiaqutre, Preaidfent^ 
Qon. Johp W. W«ldon, and Tboa. Poare'il, William Baningtob, Wil- 
tAlM {^eLebd, Kfid Albert B. Sti^itfi^ Biqtiirea, Vice-Preaidebta; Da- 
viil Wark, Require, S'ec^atary and Traaaurer. 

COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. 

Joseph Rebd, Jdbtt Mllier, «n<l tVilliam Napiar, Siquirei, Juaiicds 
«f \Hh Infetl<6ir Court of Cbittmon Phi*. 

Joseph Read, John Miller, William Napier, Jamea Biarkhall, Qeb- 
\UiHfn Piiw^tt. P. J>N. Diidittre^, John Ricbey, Jotttt DoHid, Roterc 
RbtTiiiaOn, WllHin^ 8tetenl, Thbiinia fAlle, Frapcia Fer^ostfu, Sitti- 
ud [«. Bishop, (0/ the Qwrum,) .and Wittiidi Dliebn, Bsqvires, 
JaatifcW of iSi Prtice. 

Hbiirf Wt Bilitwtn, esaniti, tligh Sh^iflr. 

William EfKd, Esquire. Keaj»er of the RdUl, Wi CI^H^ pf th« Pa^eb 
ittd lonrtor Gburt «r GnUlitioa Plaii. 

SUmf Wi fialdviriii, Bsmiirai, Raitttirbr i^ Db«tta add WiHa. 

flUbart d«rdbb« Biqtt^ Omiaitfbfw 

Ctaad. Dtnjamiti Danrtdil^ laiAH Bliekli|ll^ Jamda Dbran. 



iMi\la Y64^t, ind Rol^rt Rabinalra, BMtttrMi, €#aidiaaMiirt ^ 
Ukkif M and AQNTavifa In IIM dapr*inct Cokti. 

TM BbrrWteM wM Altorniaa braetiiiat l« thn Qikmi QmimH- 
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J6ht Yooiif, Jamel Blftiiiball, WaKim Napier, ind Benjamin 
Dawson. C^uires, Commisaioners for Solemnizinf M%tti»t0, 

Wniia^ Enif, Biquife, taauerof MarriagA Lioentet. 

Board of Educatton-^WiWiam Napier, Henry W. B«)d«rtn, Wil< 
Ham End. and Robert Gordon, Esquires, Rev. Georfe McDe6aM, Rev. 
Aodraw Barron, and Richard Carman and Sanvuef L. Bt^bopj Biq'rt. 

TVus^eet of the Grammar Sefiool-^ Wm. End, Wm. Napicir, Wmr. 
Stevena, Biquires, Rev. Andrew Barron, and Joseph Read, l&Ki. 

Joseph Read and Wm. Napier, Esquires, CommisaioDera of Biioya 
and Beacohs. 

FfAocia Fer^Qsont Esqaire, Commissioner of Booya asd^Beiaeone, 
Bathurat Harhour. 

Joseph Read, Henry Vf. Baldwin, and Francis F^r|ii«ott, Biquirea, 
Commissiodera of CHe Sick and Oiaabkd Seamen'a Fund, 

Henry W. Baldwin, iSsquire, Commissioner for Wrecka and Dlre- 
lict Vessels. 

Joseph Read, Francis Fergason, William Stevens, John WetnUod, 
and William Deacon, Esquires, Firewards for the Town of Baihartt. 

William I^apier, Benjamin Dawson, William Deacon, John Doran, 
JoHn Doohelly, and Thomas H. Carman, Liceni^ed Auctioneefii. 

Shihoel L. Bishop, Esquire, Commissioner of lodiim l^ei(fifTM« Un- 
der ihe Act 7 Vic. c. 45, and for the Indiana. 

William Napier, Benjamin Dawson, William Deftcoh, Johli Oalrad, 
John Donnelly and Thomas H. Carman, Licensed Anctidriaeirs. 

(ilbuceitet AgrkuUural Society. — William Bteventf, £|sq. Presi- 
dent; Joseph Resd and l^raocis ^rguson, E^iuirea, Vice Prtiideota ; 
Henry W. Baldwin, Esquire, Secretary and Treasuter. 



COUNTY OF CARLEXOX. 

Bartholomew C. Beardsley, John Dibblee, John Bed«U and Gmv^ 
W. Cleary, B^quirea, Justices of the Inferior Court of Common Pleao. 

BAriholdmew C. Beardsley, John DrbMee, John Bedell, George W. 
Cleary, James Uphnm, Jamas A. MaclauoUUn, Josiah Brown, Adam 
B. Shnrpe, Frincis Riee, Leonard R. Coomhes, Janres K^tehomi Abra- 
ham N. Garden, Rufua S. Demill. Charles A. Hammivnd, Btitry 
Balrd, Asa Upton, Pw\ M. Bedell, William EYallett, Ambro%e S. Car- 
man, Charles Parley, Benjamin Noble, Ralph B. B^rdsley, Samuel 
Esiahrooks, Charles Connell, Benjamin Beveridg^, Randolnh Keich- 
um, PeterC. Amireaux, John Keaion, Anioine BelleAeur, ViwI Thi- 
bideau, {qf the Quorum) and Jamaa A. Pbitlipe» fitqairee, Jutiia^a 6t 
the PeveA. 

John F. W. Wioslow. Esquire, High Sheriff. 

Abrliham K. SiAedes Wetmdre, Esqaire, Ke^pel* 6f tke IMli, aoil 
Cl^rk of the Peace and fnferior Court of Common Plaatk 

G. A. B«dftll. Esqaire. Registrar of De^ds and WiKi^ 

Jtthn BHell, Charka Connell, J. Bmeraott aod 0. R. Vpfdtt, Ga- 
^tliret, <5orOners. 

F. B. Dibblee, Biquire. GatiAiy Treavnrer. 

Pettfi-C. Amireauiand Banjamtn BeYeridft, Baqaire*, and tli# Bar- 
f'islefa aiiH Altofiifi4»s praetiiin« Hi the CottMy, CemAiasvoMra Ibr 
takfilf AlSdavita iti tba Supreme Goart; 

Jahh Bihbte«, Johi Bedell, J. Brown, Lemard R. Gaoflibf*^ Ben- 
jaihiii BtfVfitCdge and AM Uptan, Bsquir^s, CamttiMiofteffa for Bo^ 
lenhniiing MarHac«^ 

lolm DUitolM, B^. R^caitrtrer Gvftwh Delitivmh*? Aet 7 ¥.«. 9^ 
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, Andrew W. Raintfnril, E«q. Cpntmiciiooer •( Indian Rf^e'rvei >t 
Tohiqa* nn^tt Acl 7 Vio. c. 45. . 

Board «f JEtfiiar<tof>.'-John Dibblee, Em. R«v. S. D. L. Street, 
A. K. S. Wetmorc, John Bsdell, D. L. Bedell, W.T.Wilmol, E*-q*r». 
■Hev. A. I^anctvin, Peter C. Am^reaui and Win. AfcLauchlao, Bfq'«. 

Riehard Bnsliab, J. S. McBeath, T. Collin*, Uobert A. Hay and 
•Jamea Coi, Lic«B«ed Auctioneers. 

CarUton CotuUjf AgrUultural Sodety.—FrBfudentJohn Pibblea, 
•Enqol'e; Vief-Pre>ideota-Chaa. Perley, Chai. Conneil, E. A. Cun- 
ttfle, Chaa. Emery, Jaf. Ketchum, Benjamin Charrhill, Joaeph Har- 
. ^ey, Ctlarita Peabody, Gilbert Spurr; Trea«urer-*-Ricbard £ngU«b. 

COUNTY OF RESTIGOUCHE. 

Rohtrt Fercueon, John MoDlgoniery, Diiitald Stewart, Adam Per- 
truton and Anbur Ritchie, Etquirea, Justices of the lofcrior Coait of 
Oommon Plea a. 

Robert Pergnaon, John Moot^omery, Dogald Stewart, Adam Fer- 
iruaun, Arihar Ritchie, Peter Stewart, Arcbihnld Ramaay, William 
iJaihilton, William 8. Smith, Alexander Campbell, John Ullican, John 
McNair, {ofth$ Quorum) John Cook and John McAlillan, B^qnires, 
Juaiicea of ihe Peace. 
'John Lambert Barberie, Esquire, High Sheriff. 

Andrew Barberie. Esquire, Keeper of the Rolls, and Cleik of (he 
Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleas. 

Andrew Barherie. Esquire. Registrar of Deeds and Wills. 

Donald Stewart, Elsquire, County Treaaurer. 

Hugh Montgomery and Alexander Camptiell, Esqnirea. Coroners. - 

Robert Ferguson, Dugald Stewart. Peter Stewart, Jamea Paul, and 
the ftarriaterv and Attorniespraetiaing inthe County, Commiasioners 
••l«r ukiog Affidavits in the Supreme Court. 

Andrew Barberie, Eaqaire, Issuer of Marriage Licenaea. 

Robert Kerguaon, John Montgotnery and William Fleming, Efq'fS. 
'Commissioners for Solemntting Marriage. 

John Montgomery, Donald Stewart and Adam Fercu«on, Elaquires, 
Commissioners for Bnoys and Beacona for the Port of Dalhouaie. 

Joha MoRigomery and Arthur Riirhte, Esquirea, Commiasioners 
fer the Sicit and Disabled Seamen'a Pond. 

Donald MeLeod, Harbour Maeter, Campbelltown. 

John U. Campbell, Robert W. Kelly, Alexander Campbell and 
Cl(ariea Murray, Licensed Auctioneera. , 

Adam Fertuaon, Esquire, Commissioner of Indian Reaervea under 
Acl 7. Vie. cap. 45. • 

/^rncNatrdii /or iDa//U>uste.— Andrew Barberie, Jsmea M. Wilaon, 
John U. GHmpbell, Patrick Green, Theophllus De»Brfsay, Joseph 
Hunter, Du«ald Stewart. Wm. Hamilton, and Wm. S. Smith. Eaq'rs. 

Pimatdi for Cam^6e///etMi.- Robert Ritchie, Jamea Stewart, 
Roheri H. Montgomery, Cbipman Botsford, Alexander Campbell, 
Alexander PerKuson and James S. Morae, Bsquirea. 
. 7'FKifeM of ike Rutigoueh^ Grammar Sihooi. - Rev. Jamee Ste- 
ven«, Hon. John Montgomery and Dngald Stewart, Arthur Ritchie, 
Donald Stewart, Wm. Hamilton and John U. CamptteU, E^quiresr 

0^1^ <U'M£ducation.^B»j. James Stevens, Adam Pergnaori, Eaq. 
Hon.lohn Montgomery, ^nd Wm. 3< Smith ^and Jas S. Wilson, fiaa'ra, 

RitHmthe AgrieuOwnl Secwte, aUiklUhtd 9tk Jammry, 1^0^ 
Rttbtlrrli^rfMon B»<fnl»«v Freeidbtlt ) H^gli Montgomery tnd, An- 
drew Berberio, Saqniree, Flee Fteetdtnts % Dneald Stewart, E«i!)till<l, 
Seereury and Treaiorer. Anaml Meeting- first Tueaday in Jantiary . 



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COUNTY OF ALBERT. 

Hob. Edwtd B. Chindler, and John Siniit»» Ptter Metvlto, ■od 
James Brewtfter, Evquiros, Justices of the laferior Covri of Qoanio« 
Plsm*. 

Hon. Cdwsrd B. Chaodler, and John Smith, P«t«r McLeiao,JiiDfs 
Brsviter, Elikha Prcli, George Steves, Johtf Levis, Gnoch Siilea, 
George Cslhoun, Willisin Stone, Willism H. Sieves, Joto Read, and 
Edward Siev^ns, Enquires, Justices or the Pesce. 

Thoma« GiU<eri, Biquire, Hish Sheriflf. 

Samuel O- Morse, Esquire. Keeper nf the Rolls, and Cltrk of the 
Peace and Inferior Court of Conimoi Pleai*. 

George Caiheon, Esquire, Resifttrar of Deeds and Wilis.- 

John Edeett aod Joseph S. Reed, Esquires, Coroners. 

John ^mith, Peter McLelsn, William Stone, and' John Levis, Es< 
quires, Commisf iouers for solemnizing Msrristte. 
. Martin B. Pnlmer, Esquire, Receiver of Crown DeMt. 

Board of Eduefition.-^Ker. James Wallace, and M. B. Patmfr, 
Thos. B. Moore, Willism H. Sieves, and James E. Uphain, E*q'rs. 

Truateei and Directors of the Grammar Sdiooi^' Wm. H. Stever, 
John L«wiS, Martin B. Palmer, James Wallace, Junior, Jabes fi. Up- 
bam, Edward Stevens, and James Rodgers, Esquires. 

Comm/ss»ofter«o./'<S<ru>ers— Isaac Gross, Isaac Steves, and Dawson 
Steves— Parinh of HilUhoroutsh. Reuhen Peck. George Rogers, Wi!- 
Uam Galtihun, Edward Bulmer, and Thomaa Pearson—for Hopewell. 
John Smith, William Reed, Edward Stevena, Charles Anderatm, nrfd 
Joshua Bishop— for Harvev. 

iSamuel Grns^i, Thomas Kinne, Enoch Stiles, and laaac Turner, Li- 
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Robert Matthew->Saiut John to Hay ward's Mills; Beileisl<( le 
St. John, and St. John to Quaco. BIDbs Botsfprd— Hsjrwiirti'ii 
Mills to Nova Scotia line, and Shedinc to Petiicodiao. Georgs 
Anderson— Saint John to Saint Andrews. Henry T. Partelow— 
Fredericton to Yorkshire Tav^ern, Nerepis Road. Alexander 
Goodreilow— >Fredericton to Woodstock, and Fredericton to NeW' 
caatie. Gilbert Williams — Nerepis to Gagetown. Wiirnin Chand- 
ler— Dorchester to Shediac, anid Shediac to Richibttcto. David 
Crocker — Ricbibiicto to Chatham ; Newcastle to Bathurstt Batfi- 
urst to Campbelltown. Jainea Ketchuni— Woodstock to the 
Grand Falls, and thence to the American houndai^; Woodatock 
to Houlton, and from Pickard's Store to the American Itonnchir/ 
on ihe Restook. Nathaniel Hubbard— Fredericton the Fiojcer 
Board. James Fairweather— Hampton to Belliale. L. B. Ratiis- 
rorid.,-.Fredericton to Magagnadavic River; and Eel River to Lit- 
tle Digdegaash. Leonard R.Coombes— Grand Falls ta the Ca- 
na(|a Line. Josephiis Moore— Oak Bay to Little DigdegnasK. 
William H- Mowatt— \Vaw>,>ig to St. Stephen ; and St. Andrews 
to Magaguadavic, on the Fredericton Road, including the brkli^es. 
Jatites Davidson— Bathurst to MIramichi, via Pokemouche. Isaal: 
GrdM-^Salisbii ry to DaWMon Steevea' iii Hillsboroogb. John 
McAlnioQ— from Oawson Seevcs* to. Harvey* George OhUoA: 
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HER MAJESTY'S CUSTOMS. 

>0iiT OP Sunrt JoHi^.-^Heiiry Bowy«r Smlih, CMmir^, Col- 
YMt6r ; Charles Vanghan Fori ter, Etiquire, Landfng SdrVsVor : 
Jainei Walker, Esquire, prineipal Wailer aad 3earob«r ; Richard 
M. liOiRgniaid, acting Landing Waitar; Williain H. Bowyer, act- 
ing Tide Surveyor; Wiiliam Whiteside, Ist Gleik; WilUatn 
Smith, 2d Clerk ; Jobs Marray, acting 3d Clerk. 

Charles Drury, Esquire, Admeasorer of Ships And Vessels. 

Wareliottse />«/yaremeii(.— 'William Stringer, Esqaire> WafehoiM^e 
Keeper ; Thooias P. Marter, Esquire, and B. Alarlec, Lockers. 

Sub'Colltdon.—'JAmM Sayre, Esquire, Dorcheiter ; John Mac- 
kedie, Esquire, Dalhousie ; Thomas M. Deblois, Esqnire, Rwhi- 
bucto; Daniel Hanington, Esqnire, Shediac ; Henry E. Diblilee, 
Esquire, Woodstock; Richard Hocken, Esquire, 'Batbnrst; J. 
Blackhall, Esonire, acting at Caraqnet;— under the principal Ofii- 
cers of Her Majesty's Customs at the JPort of St. John. 

Port of Miramichi. — Henry Wright, Esquire. Collector; Da- 
vid Swayne, Esquire, Landing Waiiter and Tide Surveyor ; Hen- 
ry Wright, Clerk;— under the principal Officers, of Her Majesty's 
Customs at the Port of St. John. 

Port of Siiwt Andrews.— Alexander Grant, Eaqoire, Collec- 
tor ; James D. Lewin, Esqnire, I^anding Surveyor; J. G. Griffith, 
Esquire, Waiter and Searcher; William Ellman, Esquire, first 
Clerk and Warebonse Keeper. 

5»&-Co{/ectors,— D. Bennett, Esquire, Cantpo Belfo ; J. H. Ovi- 
att, Esqitire, St.Stepheni Cochrail Craig, Esquire, Grand MtMn; 
A. J. Wetroore, Esqnire, St. George. 

PROVINCIAL ReVeNUE. 

Beverley Robinson, Esquire, Prmnes IVsiisiirsr, (Saint John.). 

Dtputy I V Bas w ers.— Joseph Beek, Esqnire, FrederictOR ; David 
W. Jack, Esquire. Saint Andrews; A. J. Wetmore. Esquim, Br. 
George; Thomas Moses, Esquire, Went Idles ; Robert Wateon, 
Eeifaire, Saint Stephen; Hon. Thomas H. Peters, Miiamiebi ; 
Horn. John W. Weldon. Richibucto ; Diiniel Haningtoii, Eoaa^so, 
Shediec; John McAlmon. Esquire, Hopewell; Edward wood>, 
Baqnire, Bay Verte; William Carter^ Esquire, DorolMater; Dn^ 
fiaki Stewart, Eaqnife, Reetigonobe; John Miller, Eeqairo, De* 
thursl; Henry E. Dibbtee, Esquire, Woodstock ; Cochran Gfaig, 
Esqitnii, Grand liianan. 

IWolMflf Cfenik at Aitnf Joka—Henrv Whtteskle. 

TU^Smtwgon M Saim /rAn— Benjaolittt C . CfaaloMr nd J« S; 
Gariiicbaei. 

Ckugtn uwiWHghBfB of aatteUi iffttcb^^Benjiiilnt G,Qhk- 
hwori at Batiii John ; DAHd W; Jock, «t St Aidfeivt ; WiMitfil 
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RofaMii^ DetlnUr Corrigaa, J. Fitspatrick, J. MkolwH, H. Cofi^ , 

aad ThcM. Bms, at 8t. John; NkholM Wbtclci, Precleviatoii ; 

Edamnd Wtiih, St. Steohen; Charles McDeoaU, Rwiligoaobe,; 

Henry iobmton and William Stoop, St. Andrews ; H. SnlhMr- 

land, 'St* George ; William Carman, Mirainicbi ; AJeiander Ao- 

denoo, Bathurat ;£. J. Stewart, Dalbousie; John Doroa, 8hi{i- 

p«Man laifd Caraquet ; J. Craven, County of Carleton. 

Wm. Barnes, Preventive Officer at Sackville, (We«tiaorland.!> 

Appiumjbrs or DvTiA'aLK AnTiCLES.-^SainlJaAw— ^Seowe D. 

Robinaoo and Isaac Woodward, Esqwrea; SaiiU Anthnsi^^KLtin. 

'Thoinas Wyer and Janiea W. Street, Esq; Campo Bello^B- Fitxt- 

gerald, Robett Ker, and Wiliiain Calkin; MagagModo^k'^Juttaft 

.Weimare, Gideon Knight, and Hugh MeCalliim ; Commtg tf 

CaWifint— Charles Perley,'and RuAis S. Oemill, Esquires. 

OFFICE OF AUDIT— C-FiKdcricfow.; 
Hnnorable Frederick P. Robinson, Auditor General. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 
John Howe^ Esq. Deputy Postmaster-General in New-Brunswick. 

(Office at Saint John.) 

W. W. Barnard, Esq. Snrveybr; James Hoplev, first Gletrk; 

W. D. French^ 3d Clerk; V. B. Hutchinson,' 3d Clerk. 

Postmasters and Way-Office Ksepcf^ in New-'Brunswick. — A. S. 
Phair, Esq. Fredericton ; William F. Bounell, Esq. Gagetown ; 
Geor;ge F. Campbell. Esq. St. Andrews; David A. Rose, Esq. St. 
Step)^ ; John Wallace, Saint George ; W. H. Godfrey, Dor- 
Chester; James Caie, Esq. Chatham, (Miramiehi); HughJtIor- 
rell, Esq. Newcastle, (Miramicfai) ; William Bowser, Esq. Richi- 
hocto ; Thomas H. Carman, Esq. Bathnrst; Richard Englisbi^eq. 
Woodstock ; Samnel Foster, Esq. 'Kingston ; G. il. Ruel, S«a- 
sex Vale; George B. Cowper, Dalhousie; J. C<* %igan, Esqikire, 
Grand Falls ; John T. Hodgson, Madawaska ; Alex'r. Lockhart, 
Qjaaco; J. R. lUacPherson, Oromocto; J. S. Morse, Esq. Camp- 
belhown; J. Perkins, Hampton; W. C. Smith, Esq. Sfaodiao; 
Joiiepia Crandall, Junior, Petitcodiac ; Thomas- Campbell, Nash- 
wsak; John NeUon, Blissfield ; Michael Sweeny. Memramoook; 
Jameis. L. Nose, Nerepis ; Henry Buxton, Oak Point ; Rnderidc 
MciiOOd, Tabisintac; James Yonng, Tracadie; Valentino Gibbs, 
PtfkcmoQche; J. Allison, Bay Verte; J. Bean, Black vltle; Wm. 
McKay. Boiestown ; J. Long. Cocagne; D. Monroe, Dnitfiies; 
J. E, Upham, Harvey; W. H. Steves, HiUaboro ; J. G. Mouse, 
Hopewell ; W. P. Wells, Jolicoenr ; J. Cnnard. Kouchiboogaac : 
C. MItner, Sackville; M. King, Springfield: B. Beveridge, To-' 
bknie ; George Pitifield, Salisbury; H. Jones. Eel River; John 
MurshaH. Prince William; Charles 'W. Cox, Milt Cove, (Wjiter- 
boro); Tbos.'Main, Stanley ; G. C. Carman. Esq. Musquash ; C 
VaiicBtiskirk, Cftpe Tomicntiner Samuel Sfahood, Hampstii^; 
J-tHUtt €harhni»rt, Bette Done ; W: Bpith, Coverdaie ; W.Kjigulf,' 
'*fmr (ttwpevrftUV; John. te«t,Baker*i Brook; A. Vmn^t; 
Wi^st^r. (Mttdawaiksf). 



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UNIVERSITY OF KING'S COLLEGE, FitEDERlCTON. 

Patron, the Qneeo; Visitor on lUr Majwtju'a behalf, tha Ltan- 
tenant Governor ; Chancellor, the Chief Jnitioe ; Preaident, the 
Biebop. Govmoil:— the Chancellor, Preaident, Matter of the 
Rolli, Speaker of the AMembly, Seeretary of the Province, At- 
teroef General, Hon. Williaui Black, LL. D., Hon. Jamea Ciir- 
ter, Hon. John Montgomery, Hon. Alexander llankin, Hon. 
George Stilman Hill, lion. Atnoii Edwin Botsford, Hon. William 
Boyd Kinnear, John Ambrose Street, and Lemuel Allen Wilmot, 
Eeooiraa. Coxvocation :— the Chancellor, Preaidont, Profeaaor*. 
,aod all peraona admitted Maatera of Arta, or to any degree in Di« - 
vinity, Law or Medicine. Collbob :— Vice-Preaident and Priii- < 
cipal, the Rev. Edwin Jacob, D. D. ; Profeasors :— ClaaalcBl Li- 
terature, Hiatory , Moral Philoaophy and Divinitv, Rev. Dr. Jacob ; 
Chemiatry and Natural History, Jatnea Robb, M. D. : MathenuittCA 
and Natural Philosophy, William B. Jack, A.M.: Modern Lan* 
guagea, E. W. W. G. Uauseal. Collboiatb School :—Claaai* 
cal and Mathematical Maatera, George Roberta and Charlea'Coe- 
ter, A. M. ; English and Writing Master, Mr. Moore. — Regiatrar^ 
Charlea Fiaher,. Eaq. A. B. ; Librarian, Edwin J. Jacob, A. M. 

PROVINCIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Hia ExceUeacy the Lieutenant Governor and the Honorable Her 
Majeaty's Executive Council. 

John Gregory, Esquire, Secretary. 

WESLEYAN ACADEMY, Mouxt Allisox, SackvillC.-- 
Go? ernor and Chaplain— the Rev. Albert Deabriaay ; Principal — 
the Rev. Humphrey Pickard, A. M.i English Master— ThomM , 
W. Wood, Esq.; French Tutor and Asaistant in the Classical 
Department— Jo8<iph R. Hea; Treasurer— Charles F. Alliaon,^ 
Eaooire; Committee— Rev. Measra. Knight, Temple, McLeod,. 
and C. F. Alliaon, Eaqujre. 



Naw^BnifaswicK Baptist Edocatioh Sog 
Crandall, Preaident; Rev. J. Maraters and 
VicePreaidenU ; John T. Smith and S. W 
Secretaries; Solomon Heraey, Treasurer, 
nagement— Rev. Charles Spurden, W. D, 
Aaron Ifartt, S. W. Babbitt, James F. Gale, 
Priocipiu of the Seminary at Fredericton, the 
den ; A*Ki*t<*nt Teacher, Thomas B. Smith. 



ibtt.— Rev. Jjoaeph 
Rev. S. Robinaba, 
. Babbitt, Eaqairet^ 
Committee of Ma- 
Hartt, Jarvia Ring, 
and Z. G. Gabel.— 
Rev. Charles Spur^ 



MADRAS SCHOOL.— TAs Govtrnor und Tnutees of the Ma- 
4tm School in N$w-BrvMSwick.^The Lieutenant Governor or 
Camntoder*in*Chief for tlie time being; the Lord Biahop.of the 
OiooetM.; the Chief Justice ; the Members of Her Majesty's Coiia* 
eih the Judge of the Admiralty ; the Speaker of the House of As- " 
MHnbly ; the Maj^r and Recorder of Saint John \ the EcclMaati- 
e«il Cooimiai»ary of the Province ; the Rector and. Cbiir«hwari|«h« 
of Trinity Church in Saint John ; togeUiar with the Hob. Ediaid' ' 
J. Jarvia, the Rev. George Burns, D. 0. and Wiliiam ScovivEiii. 



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-> Robert F* Hazott, Esqoire, Trea«arer; Jairie* Wi^lUin fiayi, , 
Eaqoire, Ckrk. 

|»ROyiNCIAL VACCINE ESTABLISHMENT. > 

CeiUml St&twn^Saini John. 
His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, and Her Majetty'e 
Council, Patrons of the Inatitntion ; Hon. ^illiam Black, Direc- 
tor of the Institution. Committee— Frede^ton : — ~ — ,- 
Saint Andrews — Reverend Jerome Alie^, D. D. ; Vaeeiha&ng 
SurgMns—Georgti P. Peters*, M. D., Saint John ; Fredericton*-- 
the Medical Officer in charge of the Troops. * 

PROVINCIAL LUNATIC ASYLUM-at St. Job*. 

George P. Peters, M. H., William Jack, John Ward, and John 
R. Partelow, Esfjuires, Commissioners. 

PROVINCIAL PENITENTIARY— At Sai.-ct Johh. 

Commissioners— John Ward, Esquire, Hon.R. L. Hazen,J6hii' 
V. Thurgar, H^nry Porter, John Owens, John M. Robinson, \V. 
U. Scovil, Edward L. Jarvis, and Robert Jardine, Esqnires.— 
Samuel D. Berton, Secretary. 

PUBLIC FUNCTIONARIES. 
Israel D. Andrews, Esquire, Consul of the United States at 
Saint John. 

Agents for L/tfy</*s.— Henry P. Sturdee, Esq. St. John; Hon. 
Thomas Wyer, St. Andrews; Messrs. Joseph Cunard & Co. 
Miramichi; John Wheton, Esq. Hicltibucuy; William Stevehs,.' 
Em. Bathnrst. 

Thooitti Leavitt, Esquire, Agent for the Marine Assurance Com* 
panies of New York, and the Underwriters of Liverpool. 

EMIGRATION OFFICERS. 

Moses H. Perley, Esquire. Her Majesty's Emigration p6ker at 
Saint John. — In other parts of the Province, the Deputy Treasur- 
ers (see page 44) act as Emigration Officers. 

James A. Muclanchlan and John C. Allen, Esquires, Commis- 
sioners for the settlement of the claims of{>er8ons entitled to Gram< 
of Land, under the fourth Article of the Treaty of Washington. 

John R. Partelow and Charles P. Wetmore, Eaquire^, Inspefr- 
tors of Savings' Banks. \ . 

Hon. John Robertson, Beverley Robinson, and Dr. George P, 
Peters, Commissioners of Steam Bpatt*, iitder the Act of 1847, fur 
the Port of Saint John; and James Boyd, Edward Wilson, and 
Feier Smith, Esquires, (or the Port of Saint Andre^wi/ 

Ihiniel Haiiington, and Thomas E. Smith, Esc^viires, Commis- 
Monew for BteamboaU at the Port of Shediac, uii#»r the Aot'olf 
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4pbii ^. P«r<f loir «vd Hioomt JU9ii,$mf^im,,Cnm^mffntiB 
for the care and maoageineiit ofthe Provincial Dre4fiiiclna(i4uBO. 

Hod. L. a. Wilmot, James Taylor, Benjamin Wolbanpter, and 
C. P. Wetmore, DiquireflrCom^nMatiooeraorGoveriimeikiHonae. 

Benjamin Wolhaupter, Eaqaire, CommiMiooer of Public Build' 
top in Fredeiicton. 



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BARRIHTERS' SOCIETY OF NEW-BRUNSWICK. 

Li$t «^ Marri»ters compomg the Baniiterg* Soeietn of iPftw-Br^ni' 
wick, incorporated by Aci qf Asaemhly in 1846. 



Hon. C. J. Peters. Att'y Gen. 
Jolin A. Street. Q. €. 
Hon. George S. Hill, 
William End, Q,. C. 
Hon. J. W. Weldonr Q,. C. 
p. L. Robin«on, A. B. 
George J. Dibblee, 
' John M. Robinson, 
James W. Cbaodler, 
Charles A. Harding, 
William Jack, 
Judab H. Harlt, 
John H. Gray, A. 8. 
David S. Kerr. 
Rob^ftMHi Bayerd, 
George J. Tbomroo, 
G«iorge Lee, Jr. A. M. 
F. A. H. Stratton, 
Th«opl|ilus DoDbrisay, 
Allan A. Pavidson, 
Andrew R. Wetmore, 
A. L. Palmer, 
Albert J. Smith, 
Richard S. Armstrong, 



Hon. W.B. Kinnemr, Sol. Gon. 
Hon. E. ^. Chandler, ^. C). 

.. L.A.Wilmot, Ci.C. 
Wm. Wright. Advoci^te Ona. 
if on. R. L.Hasen, <%.<). 
Charles P. Wetmofe, 
W illiam Carman, Jr . 
M. H. Peilej, 
Charles FiiJber, A. B. 
Richard M. Andrews, 
Alexander Campbell, 
George D. Btreet, , 
George Botsford, 
Bliss Botsrord, 
William J. Ritobie, 
Williams. Sands, 
Samuel J. Soovil, A.'B. 
John C. Allen, 
William Watts, 
William M. Howe, 
B. Boyd Kinnear, 
James Odell, A. B. 
James A. Jamioa 



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benchjkhs. 

J. A. Street, Q. C. Hen. £. B. Chandler, Q. C 
William ^nd. Q. C. ., L. A. WHmet, Ct €. 

John H. Gray, A. B. Mr, G. D. Street, 
W.J. Ritehie, „ G. J. Thomson. 

George J. Bliss, Fisqnire, Librarian. 
' George Lee, Jpnior, Secretary and Treaaurtr. 



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r f^'^^^ P«ltHABM0NI0!S0CAIlTT.-^fq^K»^eaf«f»8MM<iQil. 

ofA, 1817.— Ricljard Seely, President; Cbailes €amli%e« Gmk 
doctor; George Hutchinson, imue,r, Viee Prtsaot; Jtebeit 
Thofason, Wffiaaurer ; E. ^. 4- a..B]ia(al««rJ€i«Brtlafrmi*'ii* 
brarian ; Proressor Beyer, Leader. 



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BANKS. 

Bank of N«w-Brunstnek'-{ln Saint John.)— Capital £100,000. 
Preiiident— Thomas Leavitt, Eiquire ; Directors— John Boyd. M. 
D., L. H. DeVeber, Hon. Hngh Johnston, Thos. E. Millidge, Ben- 
jamin Smith George Swinner, Frederick A. Wiggint, and Wbl 
Wright, Esquires; Cashier— Richard Whiteside, Esquire; Soliei- 
tor— John M. Robinson, Esquire. 

Comnureid Bank of New-Brun8meh-~(ln St. John)— Incorp*- 
rated by Royal Charter.— Capital £150,000, with power to in- 
crease to £300,000. President— Charles Ward. Esquire ; Diree- 
tors— Edward Allison, Isaac L. Bedell, Mark Dole, John Duncan, 
Stepl^en Gerow, Hon. R. L. Hazen, William Jack, Daniel J. 
McLaughlin, William Parks, Ambrose S. Perkins, James Travis, 
and A. W. Whipple, Esquires; Cashier— George P. Sancton, 
Esquire; Solicitor— Hon. R. L. Hazen. 

Commercial Branch Bank-~{At Miramichi.)— Committee of 
Management— William Loch and Alexander Rankin, Esquires ; 
Cashier— Thomas C. Allan, Esquire. 

Commercial Bank Agency at Woodstock,— 'ComminBe ofManage- 
ment — Richard Englisn, Esquire ; Cashier— James Grover. 

Central Bank of iVino-JBnifist0tc&— (In Fredericton.V— Capital, 
£35,GoO, with power to increase to £50,000.— President— Wm. 
J. Bedell, Esquire; Directors— Hon. George Shore, Hon. John 
S. Saunders, George J. Dibblee, Charles P. Wetmore, Thomas 
Pickard, Benjamin Wolhaupter, Charles McPherson, and Joseph 
Fleming, Esquires ; Cashier— Samuel W. Babbitti Esquire ; Soli- 
citor—George J. Dibblee, Esquire. 

Central Bank Agenqf at Woodttock.— Committee of Manage- 
ment—James Robertson, Charles Perley, Charles Connell, and 
Lewis Dibblee, Esquires; Agent— Charles Connell, Esquire. 

CharloUe County Bank— (In St. Andrews.)— Capital £15,000.— 
President— Hon. Harris Hatch; Directors— Hon. Thos. Wyer, 
George D. Street, R. Walton, Wilford Fisher, J. W. Street, and 
W. Whitlock, Esquires ; Cashie^*John Rodger, Esquire; Solici- 
tor— T. B. Wilson, Esquire. 

Saint Stephens Boniic.- Capital, £35,000.— President— Gilman 
D. King, Esquire ; Directors-^Hon. George S. Hill, Wm. Todd, 
jun., George M. Porter, Robert Watson, Stephen Hitchings, 
Ninian Lindsay, Abner Hill, and William Porter, Esquires; 
Cashier— D. Upton, Esquire ; Solicitor— Hon. George 8. Hill. 

Bank ofBrUieh North ilmerica-<Established in London).— Ca- 
pital, £1,000,000 sterling, with power to increase. Marnier of 
the Branch at Saint John— A. Campbell, Esquire; P. LeSueur/ 
Accountant. Local Directors at Saint John— James Kirk, Esquire, 
Hon. John Robertson, and William H. Street and John Pollok, 
Escpires. Standing Counsel— John Ambrose Street, Esquire. 
Solicitor and Notary— George Wheeler, Esquire. 

Manager of ^ Frederietom Brondk— George Taylor, Esquire; 
Directors— S. J. Barker, John Simpson and Jas. Taylor, Esquires* 

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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

New-BrumtDuk Marine A§iurane6 Compun^ (in Saint John).— 
Cnpilai, £50.000, with pow«r to incraaie to £100,000. Preii- 
ilent : James Kirk, Eiquire ; Direotora : John Wtdhart, Thomia 
Leavitt. John Ward, John V. Tharffar, F.A. Wigoini, Wm. H. 
Scovil, Daniel J. McLaughlin, and William Parki, Ei^qiiires; Se- 
cretary : Adam Jack, Esquire ; Solivitor : George Wheeler, Esq. 

Globe Asturatue Companwiln St. JoLn.)— Capital, £50.000.— 
President— John Duncan, Esouire; Directors— George L. Lovett, 
Thomas Vaughan, Edward HipDisiey, Henry Chubb, Jas. Smith, 
and John Haws ; Secretary— I. L. Bedell, Esq. 

CMtral Fin InsurancB Company— -(In Fredcricton). — Capital, 
£50,000. — President: Benjamin Wolhaupter, Esouire; Directors: 
Charles Fisher, Charles MTberson, William A. M'Leao, and John 
S. Coy, Esq'rs. ; Secretary: William McBeath, Esq. Agbnoibs— 
Saint John : George Thomas, Acting Agent ; St. Andrews : Geo. 
D. Street, Eiq. Agent, and Hon. H. Hatch and John Rogers, Esq. 
Committee ot Iteference ; Newcastle (Miramichi) : Allan A. Da- 
vidson, Esq. A|[ent ; Chatham : Georce Kerr, Esquire, Acent ; 
Bnthurst: William Stevens. Esquire, Agent; Ricbibucto: Hon. 
John W. Weldon, Agent; Dalhousie : Dugald Stewart, Eiquire, 
Agent ; Woodstock : Lewis P. Fisher, Esquire, Agent. 

The Mutual tneurance ComDany— (In St. John.) — Directors: 
Edward L. Jarvis* Esquire, President ; Charles Adams, Samuel 
L. Tillev, Joseph W. Lawrence, and Wm. H. Scovil ; Secretary : 
Isaac Woodward, Esquire ; Solicitor: John M. Robinson, Esq. 

King^a County Mutual Insurance Company.— Joseph A. Seive- 
wright, C*q. President } Hon. W. McLeod, John C. vail, Esq. Dt, 
S. Earle, A> C. Evsnton, Esq. LeBsrnn Drury, Esq. Rev. WiUism 
Scof il nnd Gilford Flewwelling, Issao Raymond, Viuceat White and 
James B. Lyoa,|I^rectors ; Justus Esrle, Secretary. 

Colonial Life Asturanee Company-^^t. John Branch. — Board nf 
Management: Hon. John Robertson, and Charles Ward, W. H. 
Street. Joho Wishart, and John Duncao, Esquires. Medical Ad- 
viser—John Paddock. Esquire, M>D. Agent and Secretary tc 
the Board — Duncan Robertson, Esquire. 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. 

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SkvxT John Watxr Compant.- Capital, £20,000 — President' 
Charles Ward, Esquire; Directors— Hon. Hugh Johnston, Hon* 
John Robertson, Isaac L. BedelI,Jokm Boyd, M. D., Rober' 
.Jafdtne, Edward L. larvis. Robert Keltte. Junie Kirk, John Kerr> 
William H. Street, John Ward,, and A. W. Whipple, Esquires' 
Secretary— Duncan Robertson, Esquire. 

Saint John Gas Light Company.— Capital, £30,000, with 

fewer to increase to £30.000.— James Kirk, Esquire, President ; 
ohn Duncan, Robert Jardine,Wil]iam J. Ritchie, John M.Walker. 
Thoa»as Allan, William Parks, Williom G. Lawton, and George 
Carvill, Directors ; Robert Reid, Secretary and Treaanrer; W. J. 
Ritchie, Esquire, Solicitor. "^ 



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Saikt John MccHANict' Whalv Fishino CoMFAKv.—CapitaK 
jC50,000.-^Presid«nt, Thomai Niibet, Eiquire; Oirectori— Joht. 
Duncan. John Withart, Daniel J. McLaughlin, Jamei Kirk, John 
W. M. Irish, and William Lawton, Esquire* ; Secretury— Alez- 
Qoder Robertson, Eiqiiire. 

Saint John Hotel Company.— Thomai Nishet, Eaquire, Pre* 
■ident; Diroctora— William Wrijiu, Charles C. Stewart. F. A. 
Wiggins, and Thomas E. Milliuge, Esquires ; Secretary— Alez. 
Robertson, Esq.; Managers— W. &J. Scammell. 

Saint John MiUa and Canal Company, — Daniel Hammond, 
Agent ; Alexander Balloch, Secretary. 

SoifiC John MiUa and Manufacturing Company.— 'Alexander Bal- 
loch, President; Directors— Beniamm Smith. C. C. Stewart, D. 
J. McLaughlin, and John M. Rooinson, Esquires ; Secretary— T. 
F. Raymond. 

Saint John Omnxhua and Transit Ctfrn/^any.— Capital, £3000,i 
with power to increase to JB5000. — Edward Allison, Esquire, Pre- 
vident: Directors— Charles McLauchlan, George Thomas, Michael 
Fisher ; Charles L. Street, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Nfw-Brunawick Benefit Bwlding Soeietu and Savings* Fmu/— 
Established under Act of Assemb' y, 10 V. cap. 83, passed 14th 
April, 1847. — Shares, £.120 each, payable by monthly subscrip* 
tionsof 12a. per share. — Provisional omcers— Chairman : John M. 
Robinson, Esquire ; Secretary : Mr. Charles L. Street ; Solicitor : 
Messrs. Jarvis &. Twynaro ; Bankers: — — — 

Pordand and Lancaster Steam Ferry Company.- Israel Merritt, 
President ; J. DeW. Spurr, Charles Brown, Joseph Lingley, and 
Robert Robertson, Directors; Richard Dalton, Secretary. 

SoitiA Boy Boom Company.— (St John County.)— A. McL. Seely* 
President; Hon. John Robertson, John Pollok, Esq. and Measri* 
James Travis, Moses Tuck, Michael Fisher, and Robert Stevensi 
Directors; Thomas McMackin, Esquire, Secretary, Treasurer, 
and Superintendent. 

St. Andrews and Quebec Railroad Company. — Under the 
sanction and approval of Her Majesty's Oovemment, and of the PrO' 
vincial Government of New Brunswick.— Directors in New Bruna- 
wick— John Wilson, Esquire, President; Hon. William Fits- 
williuJO Owen, R.N. , Hon. Harris Hatch, Hon. George S. Hill, 
Wellington Hatch, Esq. John James Robinson, Esq. R.N., Donald 
S. Morrison, Esq. Robert Walton, Esq. KilburnG. Robinson, 
Esq. Alfred Reade, Esq. Ambrose Sherman Carman, Esq. Chas. 
Ferley, Esq. London Board of Correspondence— The Right 
Hon. the Earl Fittwillism, President ; the Right Hon. Lord Ash- 
bnrton, Benjamin Badger, Esquire, Herbert Ingram, Esquire, John 
Milligan Laws, Captain R. N., 20, Sussex-square, Hyde Park, 
George Pemberton, Esquire, Alderman's Walk, Old Broad-street, 
William David Puget, Captain ft. Nm George Burge, F<«|mre, 
Chairman of the Heme Bay and Canterbary Railway. Solicitors 
— Meaars. Goodwin, Partridge, WilHams A Edwards, 7,Millbaidi 
Street, Weatminster. Secretarj— William Bridges, Eaquire.*" 



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Banken—The Bank ofBritith North America in Lond<^o, andito 
several Braoebea in the Colooiei; the Charlotte County Bank^ 
St. Andrew! ; Messn. Glyn& Co. Loinbard-atreet, London. 

. Nova-Seotia and New-Brunnoiek Land C(mu^nu^(Jneorporated 
by Royal Charter in 1834.— Capital, £200,000, with power to in- 
create to £400,000. Governor : John Godaon, M. P. Deputy 
Governor : John Mozon, Esquire. Directors : George Palmerr 
Ambrose Humphreys, Newman Smith, Thomas Butts, Henry 
Blanchard, George Nichols, Thomas Newnham, J. P. Luxmoore 
Uallett, Thomas Potts, and J. W. Ogle, Esquirev. Secretaries: 
John Bainbridge, and William Aggar, Esquires. Auditors : WiK 
liam Newton, and John Norbury, Esquires. Bankers : Messrs. 
Williams, Deacon, Laboucbere &, Co. Bircbin-lane. Solicitor ; 
Nathaniel Hooper, Esquire. Commissioner at Stanley: Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Richard Hayne. Thomas Wright, Esquire.Clerk. 
Robert Waugh, Esquire, Land Surveyor and Overseer. Compa- 
ny's Solicitor in New Brunswick : J . A. Street, Esquire. Resident 
Agent at the City of Saint John : John V. Tburgar, Esq. 

mcAsoivic. 

THE MOST ANCIENT AND HONORABLE FRATBRNITT OF FREE 

MASONRY. 

Grand Master of JB^tond.— The Earl of Zetland. Deputy Cfrand 
Afoffer— Etrl Howe. 

Grand Master of IreUmd-^Tht Doke of Leinster. 

Grand Matter of Sbot/and— Right Hon. Lord Gleolyon. 

Pant Grand Ma§ter—Rt. Hon. Lord Frederic FitzclBrence,G.C.H. 

Pr^'Jneial Grand Master for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, the 
Islamfs i^ Prince Edward and NeufountUand^ and their Dependen- 
cies-7he Honorable Alexander Keith, Halifax. 

Provincial Grand Secretary^ A. O. Blair, Esquire, Halifax. 

MASONIC BODIES IN NSW-BRUNSWICK. 

Hibsroise Encampment of E. S. No. — , St. Andrews. 

St. Mark's Royal Arch Obspter, St. Andrews, on the Registry of the 

Grand Royal Areh Chapter, England. 
Carleton Reyal Arch Gbeptcr, Saint John, on the Registry of the 

Grand Roys! Arch Chapter, Scotland. 
Hibernian Royal Arch Chapter, No. ->) St. Andrews. 

Lodgei on the Regittry of the Grand Lodge of England. 

The R.W. and Hon. A. Keith, of Halifax, Provincial Grand Master. 

Albion, No. 570, Saint John, First Friday in each month. 

St. John's, 632, Saint John, First Tuesday In each month. 

Svtsex, rojS, Dorcheeter, Thursday on or after full moon. 

St. Mark's, 769, St. Andrews, First Wednesday in each months 

Solomon's. 764, Frederleton, Tuesday after full moon. 

Carleton Union, 767, Carleton, First Thursday in each month. 

Midian. 770, KiuRBton, SeeondToesday in each month, 

rortlaad Union, 780. Portlsnd, First Thursday in each month. 

Lodgeem Hie JRtgittry qfthe Gnmd Lodge of heltmd, 

Hiberaia, No. 301 , Saint John, SecondTaeaday hi each month • 
Sussex, 827, St. Stephen, First Wednesdsy in ditto 

Hibernian, No. — i St. Andrews, sceond Tuesday after each full moon. 



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CLERGY. 

ESTABUSHED CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

The Right Reverend John, Lord Bishop of Fredirictoit. 

Rev. I. W. D. Gray, D. D. >pH»ni«;n. 
Rev. S.Bacon, A. B. J Chaplains. 

Venerable George Coster, A.M., Archdeacon and Rector of Fre- 
dericton; Rev. W. Q. Ketebum, Curate of Fredericton. 

Reverend Benjamin Gerrish Gray, D. D., Missionary of the 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts ; 
Reverend I. W. D. Gray, D. D., Rector of Trinity Church, Saint 
John ; Rev. Alexander Stewart, Curate ; Rev. William Harrison, 
Rector of Portland ; Rev. W. N. Boyer, Curate of Portland ; 
Rev. Frederick Coster, Rector of Carleton ; Rev. Jerome Alley, 
D. D., Rector of Saint Andrews ; Rev. R. B. Wiggins, late Cu- 
rate of Saint Andrews; Rev. Skeffington Thomson, LL. D., Rec- 
tor of St. Stephen ; Rev. H. W. Tippett, Curate of St. Stephen ; 
Rev. Noah Disbrow, Rector of Bathurst; Rev. Thomas Maghee, 
Rector of Upham and Q,aaco ; Rev. W^. E. Scovil, A. M., Rector 
of Kingston ; Rev. William W. Walke , A. B., Rector of Haoin- 
ton; Rev. William Scovil, A. M., Rector of Norton ; Rev. R. D. 
Palmer, Missionarv at Springfield and Johnston ; Rev. Christopher 
Milner, Rector of Westneld ; Rev. H.N. Arnold, Rector of Sussex ; 
Rev. Abraham Wood, Rector of Waterborough ; Rev. N. A. Cos- 
ter, Rector of Gagetown; Rev. J. M. Stirling, A. M., RJBCtor of 
Maugerville; Rev. E.J. W. Roberts, Rector of Kingsclear; Rev. 
John Dunn, Rector of Doufflas; Rev. T. Carey, Curate of Doug* 
las; Rev. Joseph ElwelJ, Missionary at Prince William; Rev. S. 
D. L. Street, A.B., Rector of Woodstock ; Rev. S.Jones Hanford^ 
Curate of Woodstock; Rev. John Black, A. M., Rector of Sack- 
ville ; Rev. R. Simonds, Rector of Westmorland ; Rev. George 
S. Jarvis, D.D. Rector of Shediac ; Rev. A.W. Weeks, Curate of 
Shediac and Cocaigne ;' Rev. Samuel Bacon, A. B., Rector qH 
Miraraichi; R«v. J. N. De Wolfe, Rector of Richibucto ; Rev. 
Samuel Thomson, A. M., Rector of Saint George ; Rev. James 
Neales, Rector of Grand Manau ; Rev. T. W. Robertson, Rector 
of Lancaster ; Rev. J. W. Disbrow, A. M., Missionary at Loch 
Lomond ; Rev. J. Bartholomew, Missionary at the Nerepis; Rev. 
A. Sti^art, Missionary at Stanley ; Rev. William Jeffrey, Mission- 
ary at Saint Mary's ; Rev. John McGivern, Missionary at Andover 
and Madawaska; Rev. W. H. DeVeber, Assistant Minister at 
St. Ann's Chapel, Fredsricton; Rev. J. Hudson, Visiting Mis- 
«ioiMry. 

ESTABUSHED CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

87V0D OF HKW-BRUNSWICK. 

Jteverend William Hendenon, A.M., Moderators 
fieveread John M. Brooke, Cleik. 



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Presbytery of Saint JoAn.— City of Saint John: Saint Andreiv'i 
Church — vacant ; Fredericton : Rev. John M. Brooke ; Saint 
Andrews: Rev. John Ross; Saint Patrick : Rev.JohnCassilis.A. 
M.; Sussex Vale and Springfield : vacant; Nashwaak and Boies- 
town: vacant. Presbytery of MiramiUDhi — Newcastle: Rev. Wil- 
liam Henderson, A.M.; Chatham: Rev. John C. MacBean; Res- 
tigouche : Rev. James Steven ; New Richmond : vacant ; Bath- 
urst: Rev. George McDonnell ; Tabisintac: vacant; Glenelg,and 
Carleton : vacarU ; Moncton, Salisbury and Sbediac : vacant. 
Rev. Dempster Wallace, Missionary in the Presbytery of Mirami- 
chi. The Synod meets at Chatham, Miramichi, on the second 
Thursday ofSeptember, 1848. 



CATHOLIC CLBROTMBir IN THE DIOCKSB 01* MEW-BRUNSWICK» 

City of Saint John — 

Right Reverend Dr. Dollard, Bishop of New Brunswick^ 

Very Rev. James Dnnphy, V. G. ; Rev. James Quin, Rev. Ed* 
mond Qnm, and Rev. Luke O'Regan* 

Rev. Walter Aylward, and Rev. James McDade, Fredericton » 
Rev. John Sweeny, Chatham, Miramichi; Rev. Michael Egan' 
Nelson, Miramichi i Rev. Richard Verektr, Woodstock; Rev. J* 
Cummins, Saint Stephen ; Rev. William McDonald, Saint An' 
draws ; Rev. F. GaUvreau, Memramcook; Very Rev. A Gagnon* 
V.G., Shediac ; Rev. Mr. Turcote, Grand Lake t Rev. Joseph Pa- 

3uet, Richibucto ; Rev. Julian Rioux, Buctouche ; Rev. Joseph 
^ ladran. Petit Rocher ; Rev. Michael Power, Assistant at ditto ; 
]Rev. Hector Droiet, Caraquet; Rev.S. LafVanee, Tracadie ; Rev. 
A. Langevin, Saint Basil, Madawaska; Rev. Anthony Gosselin, 
Saint Bruno, ditto ; Rev. Henry Dionne, Saiift Lucy, ditto ; Rev. 
Michael A. Wallace, Sussex Vale ; Rev. Andrew Barron, Q,uaco; 
Rev. Hugh McGuurk. 



WBSLETAN MINISTERS IN THE NEW-BRUNSWIOK DISTRICT. 

Rdv. Richard Knight, Chairman. . 

Rev. Henry Daniel, Rev. Ingham Sutcliffe, Saint John, South, 
(Germain Street, Ac); Rev. Sampson Busby, Saint John. North, 
(Portland, &c.); Rev. Robert Cooney, Carleton; Rev. Richard 
Knight, Fredericton ; Rev. John Allison, Nashwaak; Rev. Wm. 
Smith, Sheffield ; Rev. G. Hennigar, Milltown ; Rev. Arthur Mc- 
Nntt, Saint Stephen and Saint David's ; Rev. Michael Pickles, 
Saint Andrews ; Rev. George Millar, Sackville ; Rev. William 
Smithson, Point de Bute; Rev. Robert A. Chesley, Petiteodiac; 
Rev. William Allen, Susisex Vale; Rev. Joseph F. Bent, and 
Rev. John Prince, Woodstock and Andover; Rev. George 
Johnson, Miramichi ; Rev.C. Lockhart, Bathurstand Restigouche ; 
Rev. Jamee Tavlor, Richibutto : Rev. Stephen Bamford, (Super- 
numerary) Digby and Siisiboo ; Rev. Richard Shepherd, Anna- 
polis ; Rev. William Temple, Bridgetown ; Rev.. G. M. Barrett^ 
Aylesford; Rev. Albert Desbrisay and Rev. Humphrey Pickard^ 
A JMT., Weileyan Academy, Mourn AUiiMn. 



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BAPTIST HimSTBRS IIT RSW BRUV8WICI, 

Rev. A. D. TbomiQii, Moderator. 

Rev. Joseph Crandall, Salisbury; Rev. Lathrop Hammond, 
Audover; Rev. James Blakeney, Gondola Point; Rev. John 
Marsters, Greenwich ; Rev. William Seam, Hopewell ; Rev. James 
Tozer, Blackville ; Rev. Titus Stone and Rev. Matthew Smith, 
Sussex Vale; Rev William Harris, Nasbwaak; Rev. Thomas 
Magee, Saint James ; Rev. Samuel Robinson, Saint John ; Rev. 
A. D. Thomson, Saint Andrews ; Rev. J. C. Skinner, Wickham ; 
Rev. William Pukifer, Harvey ; Rev, John Magee, Mangerville ; 
Rev. Gideon Esterbrooks, Wakefield ; Rev. Peter Sprage, Spring, 
field; Rev. E. D. Very, Portland; Rev. Charles Spurden, Pre- 
dericton; Rev. J. A. Smith, Wickam; Rev. Charles Thome, 
Johnston ; Rev. G^rge Rigby, Douglas; Rev. William Hall, 
Saint George ; Rev. John Francis. Norton ; Rev. Nathan Cleve- 
land, Shepody; Rev. James Walker, Grand Falls; Rev. James 
Wallace, Hillsborongh ; Rev^ James McPhee, Springfield ; Rev. 
Edmond Watson, Waterborough ; Rev. Thomas Saunders, Prince 
William ; Rev. WiUiam Fitch, Canning; Rev. E.J. Harris, Wood 
stock; Rev. Joshua Bunting, Upham; Rev. James Trimble, 
Greenwicht Rev. James Hopkins, Saint David ; Rev. George 
Miles, Grand Lake ; Rev. Benjamin Coy, Lower Grand Lake. 
Rev. J. H. Tupper, Keswick ; Rev Alexander McDonald, Carle- 
ton ; Licentiates :— James Herrit, William Coleman, Frederick 
't /ce, Patrick Duffcyv Joseph Catharine, Daniel Perry, J. W. 
^-artt, Thomas Todd, John Sears, Alexander Mutch. 

Reformed Presbttbriait Church. — Saint John : Rev.Alexan^ 
der McLeod Stavely ; South Stream : Rev. James Reid Lawson ; 
Missionary: Rev. James Stuart. 

Rev. John McCnrdy, Minister at Chatham, (Miramichi) of the 
Presbyterian Church of Nova Scotia, in connexion with the Uni^ 
ed Associate Synod, Scotland. Richmond— -Rev. Mr. Reid. Kes- 
wick Ridge— Rev. Mr. McCurdy. 

CoK«RE«ATio?rAL MINISTERS. — Saint John : Rev. J. C. Galla- 
vray, A. M. ; Sheffield and Grand Lake: Rev. James Porter ; 
Nashwaasis and Douglas: Rev. Mr. McCallum; Mill Town: 
Rev. Mr. Yeaton. 

The Fisrt Free Presbtterian Church.— Saint John : Rev. 
Robert Irvine. 

Synod of the Preth^man Church of New Brunswick, adhering to. 
the Standards of the Westminster AssemUy. — Presbytery of Saint 
John :— Norton, Hammond River, &c., Rev. Andrew Donald ; 
St. Stephen and St. James', vacant; Springfield and Sussex Vale, 
vacant; Salmon River, vacant ; Bocabec, (Pftrisb of Saint Pat- 
rick, Charlotte County), Rev. William Millen. Presbyteri^ of 
Miramichi.— Blackville and Nelson, Rev. John Turnbull ; Ricbi- 
bocto. Rev. James Law, A. M. ; Mnneton, Shediae, Ae. vaeDbt. 
Missionaries within tbe bonnds of the Synod— Rev. John Irvine, 
and Rev. S. Brown. 






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New-Brunswiek AmUiary Bible Sadety^tX Saint John.— Patron i 
Hia Excellency Sir William M acBean George Colebrooke, K.H. 
Lieatenant Governor, &c. ; President— Hon. Judge Parker; 
Vice Fresidenta— Hon. Charlea J. Petera, Hon. W. B. Kinoear, 
Hon. Neville Parker ; Treaaurer— John M. Robinson, Eaqaire ; 
Secretariea— James Paterson, Ij L. D., and Mr. Samael L. Til- 
ley ; Depositary— Leveret H. DeVeber, Esquire ; Committee — 
Samuel Hoygbue, Esquire, John Kinnear, Esquire, JohnWishart, 
Esquire, Samuel Bayard, Esquire, M.D., Alfred Smithers, Esq'r, 
John T. Smith, Esquire; Messrs. Nathan S. Demill, Samuel Hal- 
lett, James Agnew, W. D. W. Hubbard, Robert Jardine, Joseph 
Robinson, Geo. A. Lockhart, P. LeSueur, G. T. Ray, W. A. Ro- 
bertaon and J. Harding. For Port!and--John Owens, John Dun- 
can, C. Waterbery and A. McL. Seely. For Carleton—George 
Bond, and R. Salter, Esq'rs. Depository— the Store of Messrs. 
L. H. DeVeber &, Son, Prince William Street, Saint John. 

Church Society of the Archdeaconry of New Brunswick.'-^ Patron : 
His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor; President: the Right 
Rev. the Lord Bishop of the Diocese; Vice Presidents: the Ve- 
nerable the Archdeacon; the Hon. the Chief Justice ; the Mem- 
ben of Her Majesty's Legislative Council ; the Members of Her 
Majesty's Executive Council; the Speaker of the House of As- 
sembly, the Judges of the Supreme Court, Her Majesty's Attor- 
ney and Solicitor Generals, (being members of the Society) with 
Wm. Scovil, Esquire, and the Hon. W. F. W. Owen ; Trea- 
surer: W. J. Bedell, Esquire; Secretary: Rev. F. Coster; As- 
sistant Secretary : Rev. Mr. Roberts ; Auditors of Accounts : 
Robert F. Hazen, and Beverley Robinson, Esquires. Executive 
Committee— John C. Allen, Esquire, Fredericton; Joseph H. Al- 
lison, Esquire, Sackville; George A. Bedell, Esquire, Woodstock; 
LeBarou Botsford, Esquire, M.D. Saint John; William Carman, 
Junior, Esquire, Miramichi ; Nathaniel H. DeVeber, Esquire, 
Gagetown ; George J. Dibblee, Esquire, Fredericton; Allan C. 
Evauson, Esquire, Sussex; Daniel Hanington,' Enquire. Shediac; 
James Robb, Esquire, M.D. Fredericton: John M.Robinson, Es- 
quire, Saint John : Hon. Charles Simonds, Portland ; Joseph 
Seivewright, Esq|nire, Norton ; Henry BowyerSmi^, Esquire, St. 
John; John Ambrose Street, Esquire, Fredericton; George D. 
Street, Esquire, Saint Andrews; Hon. John W. Weldon, Richi- 
bucto ; Thomas S. Wetmore, Esquire, M.D. Saint John ; Justus 
S. Wetmore, Esquire, Kingston ; George Wheeler, Esquire, Saint 
Jolio; Frederick A. Wiggins, Esquire, Saint John; Robert D. 
Wilmot, EsQuire, Carleton ; Benjamin Wolhanpter, Esoaire, Fre- 
dericton ; William Wright, Esquire, Saint John. Local Commit- 
tee at Saint John— Chairman : the Rector ; Secretary : George 
Wheeler, Esquire ; Treasurer : L. H. Waterhonse. 

New-Brunswick Baptist Missionary Society. —Bav, S. Robinson 
gBdJoko T. Smith, Esquire. Secretaries} N. S. DemiU, Treasurer. 

Baptist Chneral Umon ^f JVeae-£n(iistoicft.— John T> Smith, Es- 
q«ire, Secretary ; Selomoa.Harsey, Treasurer. 

. Cmmgalioml Unkm of NoothScotia and iVMO-Bmiif teicfc.— Rev. 
J. C. Giliawaj, A, M., Sceietary $ R. Davidioa, Traasnrer, Hi, John, 



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STAFF OF THE ARMY, 

SERVING IN THE PROVINCE OP NEW-BRUNSWICK, 

Under the Cnminand of His Eicellency Major-Oeneral Sir Jnha Har- 
Tey, K.C.B. and K.C.H., Commanding Her Majesty'a Trpops in 
Nora-Scotia, N«w*Bruoswick, Pi'mce Edward ialaod, and their Da- 
pendencies. 

His Excellency Lieatenant-Colonel Sir Willliam MacBean George 
Coiebrooke, K. H., Commanding the Troops in New Brunswick. 

GARRISONS.- Frecfertc/on.— Major Frederick R. Blake, (33d 
Regiment), Commandant; Paul W. Pbillipps (Lieut. R. A.), Towa 
Adjutant ; Venerable Archdeacon George Coster, A. M., Chaplain. 
Saint JoAn^Captain John D. Johnstone (33d R<>giment), Command- 
ant; Town Major, J. Gallagher, (H. P., 98ih Regt.) ; Rev. B. G. 
Gray, D. D., ChapUio. Saint ilm/reios.— Lieutenant John E. CoU 
linga (33d Resimeot), Commandant ; Rer. Jerome Alley, D. D., 
Chaplain. WoodatotJc—Litau Thomas Wickham (33d Regiment), 
Commandant. 

Commissariat Dkpartmbnt.— SSami Jo/m— Alexander Edwards, 
Esquire, Deputy Assistant Commissary General ; E. A. Ibbetson, 
Treasury Clerk ; U. C. Poulteney, Commissariat Storekeeper ; Henry 
Marshall, Office Keeper, f^'earrteton— Henry William Woodford 
Plant, Esquire, Deputy Assistant Commissary General ; Mr. Norman, 
Treasury Clerk ; Thomas Paisley, Commisssriat Issuer. 

Obdsakcb Depabtmbmt.— iSatn< Jo^n-^FrederickC. Frith, Es- 
quire, Deputt Ordnance Storekeeper; Lieut. Samuel Hoyghue, (H. 
P. 60th Regt.) 1st Clerk ; Robert Pickthall,2d Clerk ; Willism Bond, 
Storehoueeman ; Frederick Harrison, Armorer; James Emison. Office- 
Keeper. ' 

Barrack Department.— iSaznt ^oAn— Captain T. W. French, 
Barrack Master; Andrew Whyte, Barrack Sergeant. Frederietan^ 
JohnE. Woolford, Esquire, Barrack Master; John Edwards, Barrack 
Sergeant. Saint Andrews— Jamet Kyle, Barrack Sergeant. 

Royal Engineer Department.— Sbin/ JbAn— Captain MoleS' 
worth, Commaodinv; Edward Llojd, Clerk; Henry Hennigar, Orer- 
seer of Works. Frec/enc/on— Mr. Smith, Clerk of Works. 

Board or Rbspbotitb Officers.— fOrefnance Department.)-- 
Captain Molesworth, R. E. ; Captain Ormsby, R. A. ; Frederick C; 
Frith, Esquire, Deputy Ordnance Storekeeper. 

OFFIOERS OF CORPS SERVING IN NEW- BRUNSWICK. 

Rotal Artillebt.— Saint John— Captain Francis Dick, Com- 
roandinf ; Lieutenant Andrew P. S. Green. Fredericton— Lieutenant 
Paul W. Pbillipps. 

33o Regiment.— Fredericton— Msjor Frederick R. Blake; Cap* 
tains Edwsrd Winniogton,and Cb<«rles P.B. Walker: LieuteoaotaC. 
Mills (Adjutant)^ E. W. Donovan, and George H. Caialet; Ensign 
J. Cochrane J f>aymat<er— Patrick McGratb; il((^'ulan<— Lieutenant 
Mills; Quarter iMfotJer- Joseph Jones. 

S^'n/^oAn— Captains John D.JohBitone,and Edward A. Milotn; 
Lientenanta H. C. Fitsgetald, H. D. fillia and W. M. Petbell. At 
St. Andrewa— Llaoteoant J. £. Collingi. At Woodstock- Licot. 
Thomas Wiekbam* .. , 

McDicAi. DuAtiTMMiiiT,^8taJir Aitiitant Surgeon^F, Rtyfloldt. 






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STAFF. 

His Excellency Lieutenant Colonel Sir William Macbean George Cole- 
brooke, K. H., Commander in Chief.. 

The Honorable Lieutenant Colonel George Shore, Adjutant General— 

21st March, 1821. 
The Honorable Lieutenant Colonel William H. Robinson, Assistant 

Adjutant General— 11th March, 1839. 
Lieut. ColooelJobn Allen, Quarter-Master General— 4th May, 1839. 
Lieutenant Colonel Charles Drury, Deputy Quarier-Maiter General*— 

18(h June, k847. 
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Hayne, (New- Brunswick Artillery,) Pro- 
vincial Aid de Camp— 7th May, 1841. 
Lieutenant Colonel Charles Drury, (Saint John City Light Infantry,) 

Provincial Aid de Camp— 26th July, 1841. 
Captain John C. Allen, (N. B. Artillery,) Provincial Aid de Camp— 

5th July, 1844. 
Captain Thomas B. Wilson, (N. B. Regt. Artillery,) A. D. C. to His 

Excellency the Lieutenant Governor— 18th Feb. 1847. 
Major the Hon. Lemuel Allen Wilmot, Judge Advocate Qeneral—6th 
Major George Priestly, Staff Adjutant— 9th May, 1839 . [Aug. 1834. 

NEW-BRUNSWICK REGIMENT OP ARTILLERY. 

MaUiaRank. Ri^n Rank. 

Lieut. Colonel... Rich'dBtiyMtiStqf,) 28 Feb. 1838 S8 Feb. 1838 

Afo/or... George F. Street, 10 Sept. 1833 8 May, 1838 

Caplam...J. Mowatt, 2 July, 1829 28 Feb. 1838 

A. K. S. Wetmore, 17 Sept. 1833 8 Mar. 1339 

William T. Rose, 8 April, 1834 28 Feb. 1838 

William Huehson, 30 Mar. 1841 30 Mar. 1841 

Stephen K. Foster, 31 Mar. 1841 31 Mar. 1841 

James F. Berton, 23 July, 1841 23 July, 1841 

John C. Allen, {Adjt.) (Stajg'.) 24 July, 1841 24 July, 1841 

Thomas B. Wilson, (StafL) 4 April, 1842 4 April, 1843 

Charles J. Meliek, 10 April, 1843 10 April, 1343 

l8tLieutencuU...J.1Ai89\Mnt 11 Mar. 1828 28 Feb. 1838 

B. Millikin, 1! July, 1829 28 Feb. 1833 

J. Campbell, 9 Aprii, 1834 dHto 

N. W. Wallop, 26 April, 1834 diUo 

Frederick A. Wiggins, 27 April, 1834 ditto 

Thomas E. Parley, 30 Sept. 1837 5 May, 1840 

Henry Frye, 6 Dec. 1837 28 Feb. 1838 

William Wright, 10 April, 1843 10 April, 1843 

C.C.Stewart, 11 do. do. ll do. do. 

Lewis W. Durant, 12 do. do. 12 do. db. 

Walter D. Bedell, 30 Oct. 1845 30 Oct. 1845 

td ZAeuienant...W\\\'\nm Boss, 10 Oct. 1833 28 Feb. 1838 

William Andrews, 8 April, 1834 -28 Feb. 1833 

Robert Reed, 30 Oct. 1845 30 Oct. 1846 

Barnard C. Priel, 30 Oct. 1845 30 Oct. 1845 

Adjutant .John C. Allen, (Cspt.) 24 July. 1841 17 Mar. 1840 

Payma8t$r.......Jw.W. Boyd, (Capt.) 8 May, 1838 8 May, 1838 

QrtartermaBter..E. B. Peters, (1st Lt.) 30 Mar. 1841 80 Mar. 1841 

Surreon J. B. Toldervy, 25 June, 1833 96 June, 1888 

.A«sMciU<Surfeon...LeBaroiiBotiford, aoOa. 1845 80 Oct. 1846 



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YORK LIGHT DRAGOONS. 
Captain-^WlWitiAi P. F. Jones, I7ih April, 1846 ; Litfu/eno/K-fid- 
Ward W. Miller, I7lh April, 1845 ; Corn«< -Thomai P. S. Street, Stb 
May, 1848; Quartemuuter-Dnxiki Duff, 23d Aig. 1831. 






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YORK COUNTY MILltlA. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
G. Miuchin, tit Jan. 1832 

Miyor. 
D. L. RobinaoDf 20 Sep *47 

Captaint. 
J. F. Taylor, 16th Sept '30 
J.A.BecMh,17 8-p'33 
T. Gardiner, (Afr.) I Au|;. 

'35 
AiaOoT; 20 Jun38 

RebertFulfon^ 14 Oct 41 
John Gregorj, 6 Nor do 
Wm. Eitey, 21 May, '42 
Spafford Barker, 22 do do 
WiB. Segee, 18 Auk '43 
Georfco Lee, j.*. 16 Feb *"'* 
Davids. Kerr, 12Apl>47 
W. A. M'Lean, 20 Sep do 

lAeutenantt. 
Jai. 8. Beek, 26 June, '43 
John &. Coy, 27 do do 
O.W.Turner, af. 28 dodo 
John T. Smith, 29 do do 
Thoa. R. Barker, 30 do do 
Cb. McPbenon, 1 July du 
Edwin J. Jacob, 2 do do 
Jafl.P.Welmore, 16 Feb'46 
John Davif, 21 May, do 
Thomas W. Blisa, 22 do do 
George J. Blias, 12Apr.'47 
Ed w. S Imondt, 1 3 do do 
John F. Peteri, 20 Sep do 

Enaignt. , 
is. O.Gabcl, 22 May 46 
G.R.M.WetB(iore, 2Sdo do 
Hodson C. Peter*, 24 do do 
Geo. O. Ketchuui, 25 do do 
J.P.Maclaucklan, 26 do do 
Patrick Kirlin, 21 June do 
H'l. F. Gordon, 12 Ap '47 
Juho^D. Rainaford, 13 do 

Paymaster. 
Jai. Taylor, (eapt) 14 Jun 
['24 
Adjutant, 
G. F.H.Minehin, Cnpt. 

18 Sept. '33 

Quartermaster. 

Obaa. Branueo, (liewt.) 5 

May, '4d 

AaaUtant Surgeon. 

H. A. Harlt, 19 Mar. '89 

RIFtES attached to Itt 

Battalion York. 

Major. 

I. A. Wilmot, 26 Mar. '98 



Captains 
Wm. M'Beath, SO Aug >30 
John Simpaon, 19 JHne,'43 

First Lieutenants. 
F. E. Beck with, 31 Aug '30 
S.D.M<Phefson,l9Jun'43 

Second Litutcnant. 
Wm.Watta, jr. 19 Jun. '43 

Second Battalion. 

Lietttenant'Colonel. 
JohnAUen, 21 May '21 

Major. 
W. Davidion, 8 Srpt. '34 
Abrah. Yerxa, 10 Sep. '38 

Captains. 
Qeoree Long, 2 Feb. '29 
W, Cf. Joilin, 3 do do 
Jas. Hartley, . 4 do do 
Jamea Miles, 2 April '32 
John Barker, 20 Sept. 'SO 
J. Hammond, 6 do '34 
W. Davidson, 7 do do 
D. Phillips, 8 do de 
John Tcria, 10 Sep. '38 
Enoch Dow, 11 do de 
Daniel Parent, 12 do de 
James Jones, 14 de do 
Henry Jones, 10 Oct '47 
Jacob M'Kean, 11 do do 
Jeremiah Cruty, 12 d«< do 

Lieutenants. 
B. Burn, 21 Sept '30 

George Fox, 24 do do 
R. E. Barker, 6 Sept '84 
Thoa. Parent, 9 do do 
D. Yerxa, Jun. 10 Sep. '38 
James ClIflT, 11 de do 
Benj.Wheiler, 14 do do 
Roht. Kilbuin, 16 do do 
David Dow. 17 do do 
J ohn Brewer, 5 Feb *S9 
John Davidson, jo oo do 
Asa Dow, 17 do do 

J. R. Pattvnon, 18 do do 
James Nelson, 3 April '41 
Joseph 0. Allan, 14 do 

Ensigns. 
Wm. Jones, 6 July '29 
T. Parent, 8 do do 

S. Cronkite, 11 do do 
P. Watson, 14 do do 
B. Huestis, 7 do '34 
Ch. Lons, l6 Feb '39 
J. 6. Elligood, 16 do de 
T.B.Wheeler, 18 do do 
B. Atherton, 19 do do 
J. W. Rainsferd, 19 do de 



James Parent, 20 do do 
Matthew Phillips, 21 do do 
Thumai Fraaer, 23 de do 
Wm. Kilburn, IS Apr. *41 
And. Hammmd, 14 do 
Elijah Miles, 15 de 
Joseph Parent, 16 do 
Jara«i Brown, 17 do 
Zebedee Estey, IC Oct '47 

Paymaster. 
Thos. Jones, cap. 13Ap'4t 

Adjutant. 
I. Lawrence, c. 20 Sep.'SO 

Surgeon. 
W. Oaverhill, |^6 Apl '32 

Q^arternuuter. 
D. Parent, Ens. 3 July '38 

Third Battalion— (Light 
Infantry.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Robinson, 1 Jau '22 

Majot . 
A. M'Lean, 8 June '35 

Captains. 
Ross Ourrie, 12 Dec. '23 
D. Hallett, 13 do do 
Geo. Clements, 14 do do 
L. GampkelL 15 do do 
J.M>Gibbon, 12 June 'SO 
P. Campbell, 8 de <i5 
John Stephens, 20 Sep 'S7 
Arch. M'Lean, 10 do '38 
Alex. Rosa, air. 15 July '39 
John M*Bean, 18 may, '40 
James Carman, 4 Ap. '42> 
LewiaD. Wigan, 30 June '45 

Lieutenants, 
Wm. Stirling, Sjuae'iU! 
Jacob Brown, 19 do '6 
Thos.Campbell, 12 Sep '8 
Robert Palmer, 13 do d* 
Geo. Nevera, 18 ma^, '40 
Wm. Dayton, 19 do 
JohnM^Leau, 20 do 
Alx.Campbell jr. 21 So 
WyneatWilliams,4Ap'42 
Thos.Wi ight, jr. 5 do do 
H. Couperthwaite, 6 do do 
Hy. B. Robinson, 7 de do 
John Burpe, 8 do de 

Eiuigns. 
Fet.M'FailaBe,19may'4p 
Samuel Ester, 21 do 
Miles McMillan, 22 d6 
Wm. Clayton, jr. 23 de 
Alex. Donald, 4 Apr. 43 
Frederick Eitey, 5 do do 






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8an. ClaytoB, g lio do Tbonai Main, do do Jstittant Surgeon. 

Wm. Pioiiard. 7 do do AdjutMt. Cbai.O«m,M.D.30jun»45 

Robert W«u|b, 9 do do T. Wright, cap. 20 Maj W n«««i-^--« J 

F.P.RoWiMOB,jr.2«iul.« Surgeon. (iuarUrnuuter. 

Jobo R. Jacob, SOjaae, >45 Jvnoa Robb, 8 Mtfcb, 19 Vf. Dayton, It. SO juoo, '45 

SAINT JOHN CITY MILITIA. 

Banjaain L. Potcrt, Lieuttnaot Colonel Commaadant St. John City Militia,— >26(h 

May, 1845. 

SAINT JOHN CITY LIGHT INFANTRY. 



lieutenant Culonel. 
G. D. Rubinion, 25 Aug '42 

Major. 
Tboa.M'Maekin, 140ct '47 

Captaine. 
H.NHLui(rin,80MayS3 
Bartillai Aoiley, (Afr.) 1 
(Sep. "JS 
WJHW Hubbard, 16 Ap 38 
6. Hutebinion, 17 do do 
Tbos.W. PcUra. {Adjt.) 

'29 Jan '39 
W.O. Smilb, 27june'40 
Alex. Robertioa,23 Jul '41 
Wm. Htgarty, 24 do 
£. L. Thome, 25 do 
Simon W. Cock, 1 Sep.'U 
Thot. S. E«(ey, 2 do do 
John W. Smith, 3 do do 
J. W. M'Leod, (Rifles) 

14 Oct '47 



First lAeut*nanis, 
W. H. Scorii, iJune 33 
E. Ketchua, Af. 1 Sep '35 
GeorgeWbFeler,25 Ap'39 
Edmund Kaje, 24 do '41 
Geoice Thouat, 25 do 
6eo.Ilutcbinion, jr. 26 do 
Wm. E. Moore, 3Scp.'45 
William Howard, 4 do do 
Wm. F. Smith, 5 do do 
R. S. Hutcbiaon, 14 Oct 47 
Thoi.A. Paddock, 15 do do 
Jamet Robertson, J6 do d'» 
Thoi. M'Aviiy, r. 17 do do 
Wm. H. Adami, 18 do do 

Second lAeutenants. 
J.W.Gudlip, Af. 1 Sep.'35 
O.M(L.Gaidner,4aug.'41 
Ja*. Macfarlane, 10 aug '42 
F.W. RoherUon, 4 itep. '45 
Wm. Hulcbiniou, jr. 5 du 
Wm. PattoH, 6 do 



Wm. J. Gilbert, 14 Oct '47 
Jas. OeroWfjr. rt^ 15do do 
B. L. Peterc, jr. 16 do do 
Ji.B.A.O.Blakilee,l7do 
8. B. Davidten, rtf. 18 du 
Douglas D. Stovcni, 19 do 
Allison Lewis. 20 do 

John Flewweiliag, 21 do 
Thos. 8. Magee, 22 do 

Paymaeter, 
Jai. Kirk, capi. 22 Aug. '35 

Adjutant. 
T.W. Peters, c. 29 Jaa. '98 

Surgeon. 
J. Boyd,M.D. 6 Sep. '23 

f^artemuuter. 
Saml. L. Tilley, It. 16 Oct 
[1843 
Regimental Enrolling Of- 
fi er—City "f St. John. . 
Gco.W. Busteed, 2d lient. 
24tb July, 1844. 



SAINT JOHN CITY RIFLES. 



Ueutenant Colonel. 
J.V. Tfauritar, 29Aug'42 

Major, 
yfm. H. Street, do do 

CaptainM. 
JohnWisbart, 8 Nov. '33 
E; W.Greenwood, 24 Fe'39 
Cbas. Johnston, 28>ly '41 
John O. Ward, 30 do 
Tbomas Wallace, 31 do 
Jnraes Netbery, 1 nug do 
Thos. A. Sancton, 29 aug '2 



T.E.G.Tisdalp, 23 %u%. '43 
Du ncaoRobertson, 24 do do 

First Lieutenants. 

Geo. F. Smith, 2 Aug. '41 
G.M'LauchlRn,29aug. '42 
Charles Men it(, 30 do do 
Gbas.W. Rodgers,24do43 
S. J. Samuel, 25 do do 
Robert Sbives, 28 do do 
Wm. Csrvdl, 8 Sept. '45 
Thos. R. Gordon, 10 do do 



Second Lie^enants. 
Wm. Warwick, 2Sep. '42 
David Powell, 23 aug. '43 
W. R. M. Burtif, 24 do do 

Paiinnatter. 
LL. Bedell, 20Sep. >27 

Adjutomt. 
T.B.Mil]id|(c,(e) 29 aug 42 

^uartermaater, 
H. Chubb, e«p. 11 Sep. '21 

Surgeon. 
W.Bayard, M. D. 8 sep 45 



.SAINT JOHN SEA FENOIBLES. 
lAtVitenawt Colonel Allen Otty, CommaiidotU.— (26th February, 183S.) 



Major. 
Samuel Stiauge, 25 July, 

Captains. 
Thomas Reed, 2 Aug. 'SO 
J.Fooiro^ 20Jaa. '34 
Wm. P. Scott, 21 t'aa.do 
Jobs Reed, 17Aug.'3« 
Oeo. L. Love(t;26 Dec. '37 
Oaerge Eaglet. 10 Sep *.18 
M^. Jordan, 11 iu«e,*42 
Jobn Browa, f2 do 
W«lt«rPrakiB^16Ffb.'40 



Lieutenants. 
J. 8tackhouse,29M8r. ^25 
John Owrn», 20Jany. '34 
Edward Eagles,' 21 da do 
J. W. M. Irish, 22 do do 
John Murraj, 23 do do 
Wm. Maekay, 24 do do 
Jamra Olive, 25 do do 
Wm. Clarke, 96 do do 
Abaer Hampton, 27 do do 
John Strange, 28 do do 
Gilbert Jordan, 90 do do 
WUliamBali, 81 do do 



Edward Lane, 1 Feb do 
R. O. Moran, 9 do do 
S. Fraier, 4 do do 

Geo. Stanton, 26 Dec. '87 
Bei^amis Peel, 27 do do 
John Haws, 10 Sep '38 
James Brina^ 11 do do 
Obas. BatlM, 12 do do 
Wm. Wrigbt, 1^ do do 
OaoraaOtty, tl>uBe,'4e 
R. W. Gnoblu^, jr. 12 

do 
Richard LoTat, 19 da 



'37 



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If icb. Johuilen, 16 Feb '46 Wn. C. Hart, 21 do da Surgton. 

H'r Phlpp«©llv, "dodo ^^^'**'^„ , ^, J. Paddock, 90 do do 

Henrj Maiwell, 18 do do T.M.Smiih,e.2SFeb.'84 . ' 

JohoOardoor, 19 do do Pavmaiter. f'S4 ^uartermaHir. 

John Smilb, 20 do do Wm. Lcavitt, cap. 22 Feb. A. Balloeb, It. 16 Fob. '46 

SAIWT JOHN COUNTV MILITIA. 

LiaulMaat Colonel Charlei Simonds, Coniaiandiog~-29tb Mareb, 182f. 



FkitBaUalioii. 

Lknttnant Cohrul. 
Geo. Aoderton, 2T Noy.'SS 

Major. 
•. 0. OarmaD, 24 Oct. '43 

Captains, 
Siiinl. Dalten, 5 April. '25 
Roboit Paynp, 17 May, do 
Jai. Ketebum, 23 July, '211 
Daniel Ansley, 25 Oct do 
Jamei Payne, I Sept. '34 
Nathan Oodsoe, 8 Dec. '7 
Gb. Waterbery, 9 Ap. '9 
Geo. Clarke, 20 Oct '43 
Tboi. CaBOdfd, 21 do do 
Wn. Parkt, 22 do do 

Jay. Fltwellinjt, 23 do do 
John Qiiinton, 2s Sep. '4^ 
D. H. Anderton, 27 do do 
R. Whiteside, jr. 28 do do 



LievienanU, 
D. L. Dykenan, 28 Jal.'28 
Gh. Theal, 29 do do 
J. Stephens, 27 Oc do 
Jai Barllelt, 90 Auit. 'SO 
W. H. Travii, 25 Oct do 
W.Graft, 1 It. rif. 110c do 

F. Jordan, 14 do do 
Robert Cunnard, 15 do do 
J.F.Goddard, rf. 2 8«p.'34 
Hen. Ketchum,rif. 3 do do 
Andrew Black, 27 Not '38 

G. Vauehan, 20 Ort. '43 
J. Lingley, 21 do do 
John Aniley, 22 Oct. '43 
W.Wetmore. 23 d« do 
'Geo. Yoiinc, 2 It r 24 do do 

G.V.NonliD, Ar 24 do do 

Ja*. Howard, Af 25 do do 

John Simonds (2d ll. rir.) 

20 April, '46 



Ed. C. Snyder, 3£ aug. do 
G.M. Andennn, 2() Sep do 
W. K. A. Kaam, 27 do do 

Entignt. 
Ohu. Theal, 27 Nov. '38 
Robert Stereni, SO do do 
Tboi. Park«, 20 Oct. '43 
Maui ico Till on, 23 do do 
Wm. M'Aviiy, C4 do do 
Gbaa.Tilion, 26 Sept '4$ 
David Craft, 27 do «»o 
Geo. Kptebum,2d It 28 do 
Jamea Quinton, !^ do do 

Jdjutant. 
A. Menziaa, capt. 8Au.'24 

Patfmarter. 
O. Matthew, c. 30 Au|. 'M 

Surgeon. 
S. G.Himilion, do do do 

Q^artermattlr. 
W.Scaiamell,c. 16 Apr.'SS 



aUGEiN'S NEW-BRUNSWICK RANGERS. 



Lieutenant Colonel. Danl. Gallagher, 5 Dec '40 
Edwd. L. Jarvis, 16 Fcb'46 G. MarraTJarvii,(XriiMar«) 
Major. ' -25 May,'46 

John Cunniagbam, do do Robeit Parker, (Jffuuart) 
Captain*. 26 do do 

William Vail, 6 Dec. '37 Thoi. Bean, jr. 27 do do 
Jamea Swim, 11 Sep '38 Edward Srntill, 29 do do 
George Bally 9 Dec. '39 Wm. Fownea, 31 do do 
John H. Gray, (flustara) Geo. Fownes, 1 June, do 
25 ma?, '46 Thos. Dawar, jr. 2 do do 
Ttlomai Fownes, 26 do do John Jordan, 3 do do 

Wm. R. SenliH, 27 do do Jeh. O. J. Sentill, 4 do do 
Philip Moiier, 28 do do R. W. Ball, 18 Feb. '4? 
Wm. M. Jordan, 29 do do W. Gbipman Drury, (Hut- 
Jamea O. Cody, 30 do do $ari) 19 do do 

Gu»taT. R. Jarvis, 1 juna d#H. G. Simendf, iH-aaart) 
A.O.Grookahank,l8rcb'47 20 do do 

W. E. Twynam, 19 do do Second Ltevlemmte. 
C.W.Wardlav, 20 do do Janes Raslam, SOMay, '46 
Li^utenaftia. John Foitjer, 31 do du 

Janes Meran, 8 juIy, '40 Geo. H. Drury, 1 June, do 



James Brovrn, 2 do do 
Alex. Brown, 3 do do 
Roht P. Sentill, 4 do do 
James Kelly, 5 d6 db 

Robt. B. Patliaon, 6 do do 
Dafid Grant, 7 dodo 

C.MarierNnttinf, l8reb'4r 
Cbarlea L. Street, 18 do do 
Alex. M'Millan, SOdodd 
W.D. W.Allan, 21 do do 
John Parker. 22 do do 

Adiutant. 
T.H.BIaek, cap. 5 Ang. '31 
Paymaater. V2B 
J. R.Partelow,rap.24N«r 

Quarttrmaater, 
T. Stevens, 30 Aug. 'SO 

Surgeon. 
Q J. Harding, 1 Jan. '32 

Aaaistant Surgeon, 
M. H. Peters, 25 nay, '46 



SUNDURT COUNTY MIIITIA. 



Lieutenant Colonel, 
Oto. Haywafd, 1 Oct. '47 

Major, 
Geo. Priestley, 33 M(ar.'41 

Captaina, 
E. A. Miles. 26 Oct. '36 
W. S. Barker, 2 Aug. W 
G.aiC. Harding, 10 Sa '38 
Jeren. 9nitk, 11 do do 
Cbas. Clowes, 1 sep. '40 



Nath. Hubbard, 23 Aug '43 
Moies Cobum, 24 do do 
Tboa. Nason, 10 Sept '46 
Hezekiab HoTt, lido 
Step. P. Estabroob, 12 do 

Lteutenanta, 
C. Hazeii, 24Aug.>29 
John Glazier, 10 Sep. '38 
Thoa. H. Smith, 13 do do 
Geo. Nerers, jun. 1 scp'40 



John Drown, 3 Sep '40 
W. Bslabrooks, 23aua.'43 
Beni. Barktr, 24 do do 
John Bailey, 10Hep*46 
Aaron HarU, '^ 11 do do 
Ghas. TiUey, 12 do d^ 
Wn. Taylor, 13 do do 

Enatgna. 
Samuel Smith, 10 Sep. *W 
R.Ceuprrthwaite, 1 seii.'40 



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Geo. T. HirdiBg. 2 8rp'40 Lock wood Stiekntj, 12 do [mnjor 32 March, '41 

Kiel Camp, 4 do Jaoits Burpo, IS do QuaHtrmmiter. 

Arch. Plummw, 24 du do J. Hasen, Mp. 25 Aug. '28 *' "• *'•""•' 29 Mir. »85 
John 0. Soelj, 10 8cb '43 Paynuuter. Surgeon. 

Samuel Boon, Jr. 11 do do Geo. Prieillrj, 8 Sr. '88 J. Tf. Barker, 80 Aug. '80 



CHARLOTTE COUNTY MILITIA. 



Firit Battalion. 



Colonef. 
Hugh M*Kay, 1 Nor. 1793 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
James BojiL 1 Much, '44 

JWa/or. 
John Rodger, 27 June, '46 

Captaim. 
Thoraii Berry, 6 Dec. '37 
Jaa Stinion, rif. T May, '41 
J. Aymar, (1. (.) S Apr. '2 
Samuel Grtly, 27 Juoe, '40 
John Parkinaon, 28 do do 
Uenry Hitchingf, 29 do do 

i^irtt Lieutenants. 
S.H.Whitlock,(r.)6 De '37 
JobnTreadwell, r.8 may '41 
George Simpson, J 3 do 
Wm. Ifaloney, s.f. 6 ap.'42 
Thoa. Sim*, 27 June, '46 
John Bradford, 28 do de 
John Irwin, 29 do do 

Nathan Trcadwell, SO do 
W.Sliasoii, jr. a. f. 1 Jul do 

Second Lieutenants. 
J. K. Boyd, I if. 8 may, 41 
Joha M*Doual, rir, 10 do 
John L. Jarvis, s.f. 5 apr. '2 

Ensigns^ 
Alex. Gilman, 14 may, '41 
Edw.Pbeaiant, 27 f'une *46 
Geo. Hiichiugs, 28 do do 
Jamea Russell, 29 do do 

Paymaster. 
J. Wilfon, cap. 2 Sept. '25 

AJ^utant, 
J. H. Whiilock, (capt.)25 
Sept 1832 

Wm!whitlock, c. 5 apr« 42 

Assistant Surgeon 
S.T.Gove,M.D.7m4y,^'41 

Second Battalion. 

£>tei»tenant Colonel. 
Thoa. Wyer, 22 June, '24 

Major. 
C. R. Hathcwar, 6 Mar '26 
10 Jaa'y,^ '46 
Captains. 
n. S<>etye,' 27 May, '22 
Jaa. Pratt, 22 July, '23 
a M'Fariane, 6 Dec. >24 
S. WalUce, 10 July, '82 
J<o$bua Kbigbt, 11 d* do 



H.Mallhewson, 19Mar.'39 War. IngfnoU,27JaQe'4f 
Arch. M'Oailum, 20 do do John Chufley, 28 do do 
Dun. M'Farhine, 21 do do Tbos. L. Moaes, 29 do do 
Philip Justiuon, SO Sep. do Joseph Patch» SO do do 
Geo. M'Kenzie, 27 Feb.44 Robert Blown, 1 July, do 
Samuel OalifT, 28 do do. Chu. E. Snell, 2 do da 
Geo. M'Kay, 29 do do Ens^[ns. 

Lieutenants. John F«irmer, 27 junr, '46 

J. Miisinett, 2 July, '29 Henry Conley, 28 do do 
J. Justason, 11 do '82 Henry Benaou, jr. 29 do da 
John Buckslaff, 23 Mar. 89 Wm. Cheney, 30 do do 
John Mann, 81 do do Porter Dixon, 1 July, do 
Peter Clinch, 1 aug do Jamea Leonard, 12 Apl.'47 
James Davies, 2 do J. E. Cummina, 13 do do 

Roht Atchison, 3 do Adjutant. 

Wm. Smartt, 27 Feb. '44 T. Moses, c«p, 1 Aug *S4 
Dulic. M'Farlane, 28 do do Quarter Masters. 

Hugh M'Kay, 29 do do Geo. Kay, 18 Feb. '4a 
Ensigns. Josias Winichostoi, 18 do 

John Turner, jr. 23 Mar 39 Surgeon, 

Ch. Carsoi., 30 July, '42 W. C. M'Stay, 18 May 'SO 
Hu. M'L'tod, jr. 1 aug. do 1 



Fourth Battalion. 



Henry G. Seelye, 2 do 

Wm. Mahood, 3 do 

John Criig, 4 do Lieutenant Colonel. 

Josh. Ttuner, 27 Feb. '44 n. Marka, 13 fuly, '40 

D.iniel Young, 28 do do Majors. 

John Glaw, 29 do do Aaron Upton, 28 I'uly '41 

Dan. McKenzie, 1 Mar. do j.mes Brown, 2d m. It4 do 

Justus £. Knight, 2 do do Captains. 

Paymaster. J, Young, fri.) 29 Mar '27 

Isaac Knighf,U. SO No. '46 Alex. Giant, 1 March "32 

Adjutant. w. Thompson, 9 April '84 

Rich. M'Gee, It. 5 aug. '42 David Upton, 10 do do 

Surgeon, ._ Jas. Maxwell, 15 Feh. '3& 

Rbt. Thomson, 27 Feb. »44 Wm. LIbhy, 16 do do 

Q:uartermaster. Wm. M'Leod, 17 do do. 

Jos. Metsinett, (Capt.) 27 D.V.CIendennlng.lSdodo 

Fob. 1844 John Grimmer, 23>uly »41 

' John Niabett, 24 ilo 



Thos. B. Abbott, 26 do 
First LietUenants. 
H. M'Allister, 27 Mar '26 
A. Clendenning, r. 6 Fe 29 
W.Armstrong, r. 6 Apr '32 



Third Battalion. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Hairii Hatch, IS June '26 

Major, 
James Brown, 27 June, '46 Jos. Andrews^' 16 F»b. 39 
■ Captains. William Watson, 20 do do 

B. Filzeerala, 22 mar. '42 John Maxwell, 21 do du 
;^ohi>K*Into9h, 23 do Jam^s M«rrbie, 2Syuly '41 
Wm. Chaflr^y, 26 June '43 Jesse Christie, 24 do 

C. E. 0. Hd.'ticw»j, 27 do Jacob Reed, 2s da 
N. Dogget, 24 July, »44 Jos. H. Maxwell, 26 do 
Auguk. Bancroft, 25 do do Mark MUbcrry, 27 do 
O. A. Babcoch, 27 June, '46 MnitbeW Hannah, 28 do 
Wei. Cameron, 12ApriP47 Seoond Lieuttnonts. 

Lieutenants. 8. Hill, (rillM) 7 April '93 

Chaf. Hstch, 27 June, '43 Joi. Young, (r.) 6 Feb '39 



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Oanl. M'Alliiitr, 17 Jo do 
v^acob Uoppi, 16 dodo 

Enrignt. 
n^rrkncoll. 18Fcb.>39 
JohnM*L«0(l, 19 do do 
JuKin Moore, .. 20 do do 
Snniiel Thomai, 21 do do 
Stephen Aoiei, 24 Jul '41 
Samuel llamiltan, 25 do 
John Mitrhell, 26 do 
Daniel Sullivan, 27 do 
Ooo. J. ThotiMon, 2U do 

RiJIe Company. 
Al«i. iiucbanau, capt. 2Sd 
July, '41 



John Marki, jr. lit It. do 
John Otimpbell, 2d |i. do 

Atffutant. 
A. Oampholl, cap 2 Ap. '33 

Paymatter. 
J. M«rki, cap. 1 March dc 

R. Walfon, If. 8 Juno, '39 

Surgeon, 
L. Weilon, 1 March >82 

Ai$Utani Surgeon. 
Don.Blair, M.D. 23jul.'41 



Cat ilry attaehtd to Fonrtl^ 
Battalion. 

Captain. 
W.R. Buchanan, isyal.'40 

First Lieutenant. 

Wm. Woodcock, do do 

Second Lieutenant, 

John Young, " do do 

Comet. 
Thomai Cotter el, 26 do '40 

Quartermaster. 
Jacob Libbee, iS/uly, do 



WESTMORLAND 
First BattalloQ. 



COUNTY MILITIA. 

4 do do Wm. Baraeit, |^14 June, 
f dudo Ohai. Dixon, 15 do 

6 do do Jno. 0. Black, 16 do 

7 do do Dar. Chapman, 17 do 

8 du do Lieutenants. 



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J>'.hn Jonea, 
— Si ephen OiIdrr(» 

— « -. ^'V^'^' Martin Wort man, 

T. E. Smith, 12 julj, '42 Merrilt Harri,, 

„, „C«P'«<»*. Jo*. B. LeBlanc. 

Wra. Smilh, 12 June '26 Thad. Thihodeau, 9 do do J. Cutler, 30 July *30 
Jat. Beatty, 19 Maj, '28 Adjutant. O. Botaford, 31 do do 

E. Stiltf, 1 mavf 29 J}. Bot«rord,(c.) I2julj'42 Geo. Sceullar, 23 June '35 

S. Underwood, 2« July '32 Paymaster. Wm. Brown, 19 June '36 

S. Babinot, 80 do do J. Robinion, c. 12jii1t '26 Wm. Bowier, 5 April, »40 
D. Hai\pingtoa, 22 do do Quarter Matter. David Taylor, 2 July,'4t 

Alex. Oain^ 23 do do Jai.Slcadman, cap 14june Olho R. Sayre, 4 do 
J.N. Chapman, 15 Nov. '40 >47 Thoi.Ogden, 2 It. art. 6 do 

Wm. Milnt, 17 do Surgeon. C. Palmer,S it8r.l2jul.42 

John Stullz, 18 do O.S.Tbeal,M.D fi6 No. '40 N.Bulmer, 1 l(.ar. 18 re.'46 

Assistant Surgeon. Wm. Fawcett, 19 do do 

Thos. C. Sbarpe, do do Gideon Maxwell, 20 do do 

S. Cjrrua Oulton, 21 do do 



Joha Scott, 19 do 

Richard Bell, 20 do 

tohn Welling, 2 Feb. >44 
lavidBoyd, 27 do do Ca»alry attached to latBat. Jobn'S.Cha.maii,5Bdodo 
Chas. Lockhart, 28 do do ' Geo. If . Bulmer, rif. 23 do. 



Captain. 



LieutenatUt 

G.HanninKton,25do do ,«•« MrF^r* 
Tho..Weir.ns,17Nov.'40 Wm. Mc Foe, 
R. D. Chapman, 18 do 



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Jamea Welling, 20 do 
Jacob Trites, 21 do 

Rufua Smithy 23 do 

Hor. B. Smith, 27 Feh.*44 
Frederick W*^ II log, 28 do 



Second Battalion. 



LievUenant Colonel. 

E. A. Bolsford, 1 Jan 32 

Major. 

DavidC.BIakenev,29do Gf-o. Oulton, 15 April, '44 John Legere, 
Alfred S<:o«f, 1 Maich, '44 . _. Captains 



W.B.Weldon, 14 Juno '47 
Ja«. J. EvKOs^ 15 do do 
Cbria. Richardaon, 17 do 

Ensi£ns. 
Bern. Welli» 28 sept. '32. 
Joa. Whito^ 20 Aug '36 
Edwin Dixon, 4 Ap. '40 
Crane Oharteri, 5 do 
Jamei Caisidy, 8 do 
Jonaa '.Vvlor, 9 do 
Geo. C( chrane, 10 do 
A. R. ^'etmore, 5 apr. '42 
Robt. Tr>.nholm,2l au.'4a 
23 do do 
['46 



Michael Hairii, 2 do do John Chapman, 18 Jun'28 Wra. H. Chapman, 17 d< 
Martin Beek, 3d« dn W. P. Sayre, 26 July >30 Nathan Lowerson,rir. 18 do 

Thoj. Steadman, 4 do do R- Taylor, 27 do do Caleb Read, 14 Juno '47 
Ensigns. R. B.Chapman»22Juo>35 ohaf. Barnea, 15 d6 d* 

J. Nelson, 19 May '28 Thos. Cochran, 28 do do John Hickman,16 do v df 
Z. Lutz, 17 May 29 Chni. Thibideau, do do do John Baraoi, 17 do dH 

Geo. Cochran, 21 M^y "33 Oh. DSxoii, 2April, '40 John Smith, 18 do da 
JohnWelling,jr.l8Nov4i) Jas. Maswell, .3 do Adjutant. 

Edward Smith, 27 Feb. '44 Henry Ogdeu, 1 ;uly, '41 J.ChR|»man,CBpl8 Jun '86 
Wm. H. Smith, 28 do do Sam. T. Black, 2 do quarter MoMter. 

Fred. BateOian, 29 do do Wm. Atkinion, 12 July '42 Thos. Sayre, capt. do do 
Alex. McGhie, 1 Mareh,do Thot. S. Sayre, 15 Feb.'46 pitymatter. 

Richard Armouv, 2 do do BUirBotifordfrir. 17dodo Jc^ph AlUwn, (cap.) 22 
Matthew Hobtead,3do do T. T. Chapman, 18 do do Junie, '»* ^ 



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SurgMn. 
J.y.Miiiph;, 14.ruuf,*47 

A$Httmnt Surgeon. 
LouU JaMton. M. D. 14 

CJun»,»47 

Drmg—m attmehed t» Se- 
cond Brnttmlion. 

Cmplain, 
Ralph Siddkll, 2 Dte. '45 

lAeuienaiU, 
Wa. P. Wvlli, 3 Dtc '45 

Comet. 
Jai. F. Woodman, % do do 

Third Battalion. 

Lkutenant Colonel. 
Wy. Ohapmui, 8 JuDO,'S0 

Major. 
Philip Ohapnan, do do do 



CaftidM. 
John Afard, 1 Jua«*81 
John Tr«nholiD| S do do 
John Ogdvn, S do 
Wm. Rafrorih,3l j(iin^'<l6 
Thot. Ohapmoiif 33 do do 
AUb. Monro, 14J«n«'47 

tAmUontmitm 
LilTr Allan, ]Jua»,'31 
J. Downing, 2 do do 
Robert Oopp, ItMay '33 
Thoi. Oulion. 2 July, '41 
John Raworlh, 21 Juii«,'4e 
John Wtlh, 23 do do 
John Oopp, Jr. 14 Juno '47 

Enaigne. 
Wn. Morrit, 19 may 'S3 John Coi 
Beni, Allan, 30 do do 
Riond. Jobuon.S JuIt, '41 
BillRaworth, 31 June, '4e 
Adam Avard, 22 do do 



Alph.Ooodrn, 14 Jvm '47 

J, Chapman, e 25 Ji|l/ *30 

Qiurttrmoflar. 
0. Allan, Mtnt. 30may'31 

Surgotn. 

RnfuaC. Oulten, M. D. 81 

Juno, '4¥ 

Pmgmatter, 

Edwin Onlton, 21 jnno, '4S 

Tnop of Oivtdry. 



Captain 



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£>ituloftant. 



2 July, '41 



C. T. Proicott, 12 July, '47 

Comtt. 
Jacob Silliker, do do 



ALBERT COUNTY MILITIA. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel Clark, 25 May >47 

M^for. 
Jrr. Starratl, 25 May '47 

Coplain*. 
I>. Cameron, 12 Juno '38 
J*. BrewKter, I Aug 'S5 
O. Oalkina, 2 do do 
E. Peck. 17 Auk '86 

Daniel SteeTCi.24 AprI '39 
JohnOlaTe|aad,25 do do 
John Bratl^, I July 'il 
Aaron Robimon, 2 do 
Wm. GroM, 22 jan», Mg 
Patrick Sinclair, 23 do do 
John Road, 24 do do 

John A. Read, 35 Mar '47 
fdeph. fi. Weldon, 26 do 
Eliaha Steveui, art 27 do 
Allan Peck, 28 Jo. 

Gtorge Killim, 29 du 
llf nry Cawpbell, 00 do 



Litutenantt. 
E. Perk, 26 Oct '23 

EliaaPeek, 10 June '33 
Mariner Steeret, 25 apl.'S9 
8.SiilrB,3lt.8rt. 6}'uly'40 
JohnRodgeii, I July HI 
Th. Filzgorald,23Juno '46 
Luke Brt- water, 24 do do 
Wm. McKay, 25 do do 
Jothoa Bishop, 26 do do 
Ctiaa. Rohinsoa, 27 do do 
John F. Slevei, 2a do do 
Nclion Aaderion, 29 do do 
Abr. Tiitet, 25(h May, '47 
Solo'n 8liln,ari. 26 do do 
Thoi. Colpitt*, 27 do do 
John Barchard, 28 do do 
Jo»hiia Joney, 29 do do 
W. H. Stevei, 30 do do 

Eniignt. 
Wm. Roiften, 15 Jane '38 
Michael Dufy, 25 Apl. '39 
Nalh. Smith, 22 June, '46 



25 do do 
Sndodo 
27 do do 
38 do do 



W. OleavoUnd, 33 j«n«,'46 
Eliiha Tut n( r, 24 do do 
Harria Colhoon, 
Wm. Carlitlo, 
John Browiier, 
Joioph Oolhoon, 
And. Aleoin, 85 May '47 
Lewii Steve*, 26 do do 
Aof us M'UonaM,37 do do 
J.R.Conitanline, 28 do dc 
Don'ld M'Bonald,29 do do 

J^tufcmt. 
Daniel Clarke, (Capi), 
m July, '47 
^uttrter Matter. 

Jai. Rod|iers,(lt.)6july '40 
Peynuuter. 

Surgeon. 
W. Wilson, 25 Oct '28 

Auiitant Surgeon. 
Samuel Shaw, 22 juna '40 



NORTHOMBERLAND COUNTY MILITIA. 



Fhnt Battalion. 

Liomtmant CtttmsL 
Alec. Fraser, 5 Sept '37 

Mtuare. 
1m. McDonald, Mar. '39 
R. M*ieod, 15 Aug. '40 

Capteina. 
D. Pcrlej. 5 April '26 
Aw Ooodfollowi 6 do do 
MOrannr, 29 June '90 
Tho«.UUoclt, 10 Aug '31 
J. Hendofwm, 1 June '86 
1. Roblehand, 30 do do 
J.lt.Johnallih, Jlldodo 
Alex. Key, rif. 16 Ap; '38 
Alex. M*Bealh, 8 Mar. ^39 



Fin. Morrison, 24 april do 
Rich. Huicbinson, 26 dodo 
Jeah. RuMfell, 15 Aug. '40 
D. Keith, 16 do 

C.M'Ouller, 17 do 
Alex. Davidion, 10 iane'43 
Donald M«Leod, 11 do do 
John Ma*od, 12 do do 
Andrew Hay, 29 may '4fl 
David Johntton, 30 do 
John McLean, 31 do 
D. M*Naushten, 1 juno do 
John Porter, 2 do do 

liituUnanU. 
J.T.'WilliBton,6April'26 
Wm. Carman, 9 do do 
P;Morri9m^ 18 Jane '36 



JameiCaie, 21 do do 
J. H. PeUrs, (I It. rif.) 16 
April, 38 
Oeo.Wilii8lon, 35 april '89 
Don. M'Donald, 26 do do 
Asa Perky, 28 do do 

John Mackie, 29 do do 
Aiex.Caracren, 15AHf.'40 
John Sinclair, 16 Aug. '40 
James Miller, 17 do 
e. Letson, 1 h. r. 11 jon '42 
J. M. Johnson, 2 do. IS do 
Peter Gray, 13 Jdna' '42 
Jas. J6hn«0B, 14 do 
Chas. Stmvt; 80 niay '43 
James RusselU l\ J«ac'49 
Chris. Wiibart, £3 do do 



K 



M7 
»31 



h21 

>4V 



JvbaBor^ 13 do do 



JiMM JoliMtoa, 
WilliM RiumH, 



aod* 

81 do 
Aios. Ruavll. 1 Jmm do 
Alra. McKillop, Sdo 
Jaaio* Fraaor, S do 
Alti. Morriioa, 4 do 

Eruigm, 
M. Clirko, llJimo »36 
J. Oarrutkion, SO do do 
H. Oaraon, S4 do do 
r»I.BroBlr^, 8Miirfis*M 
AlluOilmowr, 26 Ap. do 
FctirM'DoiigMl, ieaa|>40 
Ond. PcrI«T« jr. 11 juo. 42 
Wa». Loktea, 13 do 
Alti. M*l>oaold,SO mm 48 
Aloi. Mollao, 31 do 
Hufll McLoaiH 1 Joao '43 
AIn. Fmtr, 3 do 
Wm. Ootdno. Jr. 3 do 
Robert Lofgio, 13 do 

Al«« L«g«i*t 1' do 
Rolrt SiDclair, 14 do 
Hrarj Wrl«IU, 15 do 
Alot. FtMiOB) 16 do 
]Vor«MO»apkoll,17 do 
M. mCMtblto, 39 maj '46 
Jolw McKar, 80 do 
DooddMeUBd, 81 do 
KoMtth Forbft, 1 juno do 
WM.AIbro Lotion, 3 do 
John PoroivoL jr. 3 do 
loliB WUo, 4 do 

Wm. Diebtoi, 5 do 
AIM. Loudoo, llIor.'47 
Jm. Iobm, 3 do do 

Joho JohMtoa, 8 do do 
Jolo Frai«r, 4 do do 
Oav. Qoodfellowi 8 do do 

AdhUma. 
D. M'Donald, rap 9 Jiin •2S 

QMorter Mtuttr, 
J. DtTidioiif 9 JuM do 

Atrfcon. 
Al«i. K oy, _ 38 Juao '30 

Sccoud DttuHoo, 

LieiUtntrnt C«lonel„ 
A. OavidMO, 8 Julj '30 

JCy/or. 
JartdBetta, Mar. 2, '47 



Captmin$, 
J. Fraaar. 1 Jmo 'S3 

Wm.U«\ 38Afril'SA 
D. M^Kay, 38 do do 
J.M*Doiiald, 13Jaao>S7 
A. Duncaa, 19 May '80 
A.irsrta, iAprfl '36 
M. B.AIUaoB, 8 ^o do 
T. Dadorbill, 8 do do 
R. Jardiot) 8 do d« 
Ooorgo Ktrr, 18 Fob. '39 
Jarod Toior, 16 do do 
Tho.Willo«cbte7, 17 do do 
H. Haaaaiill, dO>n^ '40 
Edwd.Williatoo,lfauK.'3 
Joba Harlojr, l attg.^46 

LUuienmnti. 
A. IlevfT, 13 Ma* '34 
I.HofOr, 18 do '80 
T. Oou|nliB| 33 do do 
R. Waaaofl, 8 April '36 
L. Aatlo, 6 do do 

R. Orookor, 11 do )b 
J. Manro, 13 »^o do 
JobaArbort 13 r« d** 
Jaata Strwarl, 17 }> .b.*S9 
Duo. M'Tafkb,20>Bf '40 
WiUiaai Leddro, 33 do 
Aloi. FarguaoB, 33 f)o 
Robt. Forayth, 34 Jo 
A. DavidMB, 10 aug. '43 
Jobn J. Naamitk, 12 do 
Roblaaon Crocker) I a«j|48 
Richard Sutton, 2 do 
Alex. Foaler, 8 do 

Arab. Riua«ll, 4 do 
Alex. DavidaoB, 8 do 

£n$un$. 
M. Hover, J) May "24 
A. Campbell, 19 do 30 
Ohaa.M*Rair, 8ApriI*36 
W. Small, 13 do do 
R. Dunlo, 13 do 4o 
John Pond, 14 do do 
D. M^Tarith, 18 do do 
Jat. Reddy, 18 Feb'39 
Rebtrt McKay, 30 do do 
C. J . Woolbauplor, S3auMl 
Oh.8iBond.>, 10a«g'43 
Oliver WiU» a do 
W. N. Veanini, 13 do 
Jna. Oroker, 18 do 
Jaa. Craiie, 14 do 
Jarno* A iiiti, 1 aagi '4e 



Ales. Davidaon, 3 de 
Jaa. Fbh, 8 d« 

Edwin Wbilaoy, 4 do 
Joavpb A. Crane, 8 do 
Edwin Rogerkjr. a do 
JobnFiiliJr. 7 do 

Jdjuiant. 

D.Orocker,(capll MavS4) 

if May, W 

^arttmuuttr, 

P.Mit«hall,jr.31may,>44 

Surg€»n% 11840 
Jobn Thompaon, 30 June, 

Third Battalion. 

JUoMiennnl C^tnti. 
Woi. Sailer, 34Julv,^44 

Meier. 
Thoa. Underbill, 18 may 4C 

Copfame. 
Alex. M^Laggan, 38 nar 41 
Robert Waron, 30 Jnoe '45 
Nat Underbill, 28 July do 
Tboa.Oou^; 'an, 81 aug.'46 
Jobn Pon^ 1 aept dw 

Jobn i^eeandin, 3 do 
'^^acet' m Fowler, 3 do 
Alex. Oaaipbell, Mar 9*47 

Idmit^ *it4. 
Jaa.MeLagK • SO July '45 
Wm. M. ''Ve.t 31 do 
Tboa. Don tdMo, 2 ap|^ do 
J. ;.^ h Donald, 31 '4(1 
. >. £». UiUhclI, |?«iv:do 
ioaet ?ond, Mar. 9, '47 
T.W. Uodarhill, 30dodo 
Montamie Salter, 11 do do 
Wr. McKfniie, 10 Oct *47 
Thomaa Moorea, 11 do do 

JEne^fiw. 
Jailer Harria, 31 Aug 46 
George Arbo, 1 aept do 
PalriABei^n,10Mch«47 
Gain Meraerean, 11 do do 
Robert K. Doak, 13 do de 

A^utinU, 
Abel Pond, cap. 30 June 48 

QuortermMler. 
Jaa. Fowler, (lt.)3l aag.*46 

P^ymaafer. 
J. I. Priee, eap. 9 mar.>47 

Surgwn. 
Stafford Beaapn, md.9i% 



RESTIOOUOHE COUNTY MILITIA. 



R. Ferguaoa, I Jaa. *33 

Jfo/er. 
Ad. Fergnaon, 19 Mar. *39 

Cttftaimt, 
J. Doualaa. 36 Doc. *38 
D.M«IalMk, 37 do do 
D. Stewart, 9 March '37 
A.MPber8o«.IO do do 
R. Fergnt(«,jr.1]do do 



J. Montgnmeryt 12 do do 
And.Baiharie,37 Jao.'47 

Cblp.BoUferd,{|]2S 

JameaPaul, » Jan '47 

LieutnuKnit* 
W.Craig, 13 July '38 
A. Fraatr- 23 M»j »31 
David M^Nair, ^7 Jan. '47 
R.H.MeBtfMaery,38 dodo 
• £ 



Robert J!nrd||o, 28 do do 
Mieb. FergMOB, 30 de do 
Edward EMf, 311 do do 
Wm. S. Smith, 1 Feb,'47 
Charlea Siaaonda, Sdei do 
John Cook, 3 do do 

John RobnrtioB, 4 do do 

EnrigfU. 
Jo. Ukiitan, S7 Jan. '47 
Wm PerJIe^ 29 de 



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5J 



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m 



Joho Fti^iM, 89 Job M7 
jMirt fi. M(>orc, 30 49 
J»An M'AUUitr, Si do 
Ptter Stawart, 1 F«b '47 
Niil Cooik, 2 d« 



Oar(«r, K. 



S., 19* 



A. Don|laf, 3 do 

JoAn MeKinncn, 4 d« D. R, 

Join DiiDcan, jun 6 do 

• „ -^ffjvtttnt, QMortertnaMer. 

J»». M'PhiMon, c. 11 Oc28 Ar. Raauaj', It. 6 F«h ^4T 



Marcbi 'SS* 



OXOUOESTSR COUNTY MILITIA. 



Fint tBattalion. 

JjieutetKont Cdlanel. 
John Miliar, 5 Sept. '42 

Major. 
Fraa. F«rgu40D, 11 NeT'45 

.UineaLet, 12 July '24 
Benj. Daw*on,33 Dec. '3) 
Rien^d (;armao,14tn8r.'37 
Wm. Blanebard, 15 do do 
P. A. OHQiaTCiq, 9Apr.'39 
Alex.M'Ncil, 9 Nov. '40 
Jas. RoberdofT) 6 Sept. '42 
Michael O^Brien, 6 do 
Williaio Bo7d,l2 July '47 
Joi. Farguaon 13 do 

/lieutenant*. 
Wm. Gray, 13 July, '24 
Oha<. Coinneau, 15 do do 
Don. ForgUKHi, 14 Mar '37 
Jag. Jobntton, 10 Apr '39 
John Ohamberi, 9 Nov. 40 
Jftseph Douceile, 5 s«p '42 
Chrii. M'Manuf, 8 do 
Wm. Fhkp, 9 do 

Tin. Herrinzton, 10 do 
John Baii-d, 12 July Hi 
Wm. Deacon, 13 do 

Tbeo. DeiBrUay, 14 do 
JohaWoolaar, 15 do 

Anthony Raini*, 16 do 

Enngtii. 
W. F. P.Wbelen,14Mir. 
['37 
Aod. G. Fair, 9 Nov. 40 



Wdi. Stevens, Jr. 8 S«'4> 
Wn.. Pillen, 9 do 

J'iifnarllanry, lOdo 
John Miller, 11 do 
John Morriton, )2 do 
Frcdk. Commeau, 13 do 
Albert Wood, 12 July, '47 
That. Carman, IS do 
John Miller, jr 14 do 

PftymasUr. 
Alex Anderson, 12Jbly'47 

Adjutant. 
Jaa. Li»« cnp. 12 July, '24 

Surgeon. 
Robert Gordon, 9 Apr. 'S9 

Qtittrtermaster. 
J. Rced,^lieat. 15 May '29 

Second Battalion. 

Major. 
W.Landry, 1 March, '32 

Captains. 
W. Drysdale, 14 June, '24 
M.Campl)ell, 12 Jiy.'26 
R. Htxoo, IMwTh *32 
Mich. Martin, 2 do do 
Peter DeGrace, 4 do do 
lojin Doran, 5 March,'32 
UrbanLandry, 9 Not. '40 
Jamei Young, 10 do dta 
Jos. Seweli, 1 2 do do 
ThomaaKeir, 13, do do 
Yak Gibbs, 14 do do 
Robt. RoberdoU) i 5 do do 
Hugh A, Caie, 16 do do 



Idauttnants. 
3. Gennie, 13 July, '2ft 
A. Campbell, 28 Jau. '27 
P. Campbell, 29 Jan. '27 
A. Louiicr, 2 Mar. '32 
James Dorin^ 7 do do 
A. Landry, 9 Nov. '40 
A. Rubitbaud, 10 do do 
Raphael Degrace, II dado 
Riebard Dawaon, 12 do do 
Dubcan Hay,^'r. 13 do do 
Win.Tayler, U do do 
John Kerr, i 5 do do 

Edwin Laaten, 1 6 do do 
Robf. Yiung,^r. 1 7 do do 
DaviJ Ferguion, 19 do do 
A. B. Harrmg(on,29 aug.42 
Entignf. 

And. Wiiaon, 5 Mar. '$2 
Rene Che^on, 6 do do 
F»an. LeGreley,9 Nov. 40 
Joiepb Coembii, 10 do do 
Luke Ducett, 11 do-do 
Wm, Louisicr, . 12 do do. 
J«f. BIsckall, jr. IS do do 
Wm. Dryidale, 1 4 do d» 
James Walth, 15 do do. 

Adjutant. 
J.M'Intosb, cap 24 Dec. 31 

Paymaster. 
H.W.Baldwin, c. lMar'32 

Quartermaster. 
Jno. Ritchie, 15 May, '29 

< Surgeon. 
S.L.Biibop, 9 Not. '40 



KENT. COUNTY MILITIA. 



First Battalion. 



Major. 

, George Pagan, 2 April, '40 

Captains. 

Wm.Bowier, 10 May, '24 

'K. Jardine, 21 Feb/'26 

J.P.Ford, [ri.] 25 Nov. do 

J. W. Weldon, 25 Oct. '28 

C«liu Rankin, 21 May, '33 

SamL Gitvao, 22 do do 

• Wm. Brail, 23 do do 
Jo.». Muieroll, 1 July,^4 

• Wau Roach, 2 do do 
W. Fit«%erald, 2 April, »40 

Lieutenants. 
Donnld Rank.>M, l^Fcb. '26 
J.A.CIWB, [r]26M«y,'33 
Wio. Girvan, 27 r!-) do 
A. M'Michael, 1 luly, '31 



John.Miller, 2 do do 
Andrew Dixon, 16 Apr. *38 
John Maine, 17* do do 
Pat'k. Dtmelly, 18 do do 
Ju. D. Weldfxi, 19 do do 
Arcb. F. M*Kay, 20 do do 
Jai. Qan9Kh«r,2April,'40 
Robt.M*Almon, .{April '40 

Ensigns. 
David Wright, 24 May '33 
JohnClare.[r.]26 do do 
Eph. Wheton, iBApr. 'SS 
J. M, Walhen, 18 dq 
Wm. Doherly* 19 do 
■« . M«>Vil|i»m$,2Ap.'40 
J. -^a Rankin, 3 ijio 
pavid Fo.ter, 4 do 
Peter Muzrroli, 5 do 

Adjutant. '47 
W. A.Blarfc, rap. 11 amy 



Quartsrmastir. 
Thps. Wood, [enj 1 iul.'4e 

Payn«a.tfcr. 

T.M.DeB|o».,30Nov.'4G 

Capt. 9Ap. '39 

Surgeon. 

R.Masterson, 13 Feb '26 

Second Battalion. 

lAeutenant Cofonet. 
James Long, 1 Jaii. '32 

Major. 
John Bowser, 14 Oct. '41 

Captains. 
W.Hannington, 3£ May '31 
Ira HicW, 27 do do 
Rebtort Dvsart, 9 AugU3l 
Jacob G«ineT, 22: Oct. '3i? 
TIkm. Affinaau, 2J Oct '3a 



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f9 



'2» 
'2t 
'27 
'32 
do 
'40 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

t do 
do 
do 

5.42 



'2G 



€bu. R. Smith, 14 Oct. 41 
Anih'j Simpion, 15 do 4* 
MidiaeMlarru, 10 0«t. '47 
Win. OoatM, 11 dodo 
dlirer Ward, 12 do do 

Xiteiitenanf*. 
T. Buthea, 34 May, 31 
L. Seamondf, S7 do do 
P. Robichaud, 23 Oct. 'S3 
John Shoridaa, 10 Mar.'S? 
4/41.8. Jiiopgi 1 5 Oct. 4k 



Gidfon Snilh, 1 6 do do 
Anrui M 'lototh, 10 Oe '47 
Jm. Phelin, 11 do db 

Angai M*MillaB, 12 do do 
Loub Allan, 13 do do 

PlatidPorritr,2lMaT,>» 
J. Thihidtau, 25 do do 
P. A. Purdy, 10 Aug. do 
Ortg. Oormier, 22d Oct '83 
Joho Burke, jr. 23d do do 



MarrfaieTHiehi, lOMar.'ST 
Peirr McPhelia, lOOe *4I9 
And'w M^BtoA, 1 1 do do 
TAoBiM Coatci, 12 do do 
PctorWAHe, 13 do do 

Aihaunt. 
A.B.8Htlk,e.23]ia7,'31 

Quorf^rfiMiNr. 

E. Obapoian, H. l2Mu.*9l 

Surgeon, 



pi 

V 

1 ^ 



KING'S COUNTY MU.1TIA. 



First Battalion. 
lAeuttnant Calomel. 



Oavalry attached (o IstBat- 
talioa, King'*. 



Roland Morton, 91 do 
John Kiog, 1 Juoir, do 



Wm.'M<Lcod,2»l{a7,'S8 

Major. 
Philip Dann, 39M»|r, do 

Captaiiu. 
J.S.Wetmore, 27 May, '22 
Philip Nase, 29 Apr. '27 
T. Botflwick, 25 Oct. '28 
And.Hamnn, rif29Jul.S2 
Joieph A. Lyons, 1 June 'S3 
Lewis Qanrell, 2 do do 
John Wrjght, 5 Nor. do 
Saml. Oonim, 10 Sept. 'SI 
Gab. Worden, 2 April '40 
Thot. A. Fie welling, 3 do 
Geo. Harding, 30 Mar. '41 
John Piers, 31 aug. 4q 

Ldeutenanta, 
N. Warren, 5 Nov. »83 
Jos. FlewelUng, 4Ap.'36 
1. H. Foster, 10 Sept. '38 
Isaac Vanwart, 2 April, '40 
John L. Forrester, 3 do 
W.G.Hardbg,27 Mar. '4t 
James M*Le<M, 28 do do 
Stephen Saiith, 29 do do 
W.B. M<Keel,30july,'42 
Ah. D. Mabee, 31 aug. '4fi 
W.C. Smtth, (rif.) 1 sep do 
Hiram Bostwick, 2 do do 
James B. Lyon, 3 do do 

JEntigtu. 
Jas. Kieisted, 5 Not. '33 
Ctaig Parker, 10 Sept. '38 
John Vanwart, 2 Apt il, '40 
J. H. Flewelling, 3 Ap. 40 

C. L. Richards, 28 m<ir. 41 
Thoi. Wallis, 30 July, '42 
Joseph Oronk, 31 do do 
Philip Dann, 31 aug. '46 
Jas. W. Briltain, 1 lep. do 
Jaaxes Long, 2 do 
Samycl Foster, 3 do 
Guy Nelson Smith, 4 do 

Adjutant, 

D. Wetmore, capt. 1 May, 

PoynuMter. {'27 
P.Pickett, 31 July, '32 

QtMsrtcmuwter 
Jobi)Price,lt.25Nolr.'39 



Coptatn. 
John Nutter, 21 Aug. '38 

Ftrse Lieut. 
Savid Lyon, 21 do do 

Seoottd Liewt^ 
Wffl. Pywell, 21 do do 

Comet. 
Thos. Nutter, 30 mar, '41 

^uartemMter 
Walter Lyoo, 21 aug. <S8 

Second Battalion. 

Lieittenant Colonel. 
John 0. Vail, I Jau. '32 

Major. 
0. B. OouKle, 11 July, '46 

Ccmtcnn*. 
Dsnl.Sheck, 13 Mar '^ 
James Price, 2 Sept. '33 
0. Stockton, 8 April, '34 
Isaac Parlee, 9 June, '38 
John Burgess, 6 Sept. 41 
James Keith, 29 May, '4fi 
Geo. A. Morton, 30 do 
Xene. Cougic, 81 do 

Wm. Coater, 1 June, do 
Jacob Wright, 2 do 

Wm. Johnston, 3 do 

Lieutetumtn. 
Wm. Teakles, 9 april, '84 
SamLKetchum, 6 Sept. 41 
Nelson Horton^ May,'46 
Jesse Al wood, 30 do 

Thos. Chapman, 31 do 
Tho*. Pearson, 1 June, do 
John Parlee, 2 do 

Smith Chapman, 3 do 
Robert J. McOully, 4 do 
Oliver Arnold, 1 It, r, 5 do 
Geo, H. Ryan, 7 do 

Samuel C. Price, 8 do 
Wm. Fenwick, 9 do 

W. A. Stockton, 11 jaly do 

Eniignt. 
Isaac Teakles, 9 Apr. 34 
Joseph Dobson, 20 do do 
Jacob Hall, 6 Sept. 41 
Wm. Pearson, 29 May '46 
Wn. Haywacd, 80 do 



Akraham Johnston, 2 do 
Richard Burgess, 8 do 
J, Nelson Price, .4 do 
Thos. Keith, 5 do 

Ephraim Ohambers, 6 do 
Gabriel Fowler, 7 do 
Isaac Coates, llJ^ly, do 
Adj%Uant, 

0. Barbcrie, (cap. 21 No? 

'26) 3 June, '48 
Paymaster. 

1. Fosha}, cap. 22 Jon. '35 
Quarfemtosfer. 

Robert B. Vail, 12 Ap.'47 

Surgeon. ■< 
Edwin A. Vail, 19 June, SB 



CaTalry attached to 2d Bat* 
talioo. King's 

Captain. 
Richard Roach, 8 Apr. 34 

latuttnaiU. 
H. M<Mon8e|e, 10 Sept. 4t 

Cornet. 
Wffl.M(Mon«gle,8apr.'34 

Qitortermas^cr. 
Jas. Ryan, ^10 Sept. Mg 

Third Battalion. 

ZAeutenant Colonel. 
OalobWetmore, l2Mar.82 

MfCfjor . 

A. 0. Evanson, 18 Maj do 

Captaina. 

5. Fairweather, 14 Jan. 26 
J. Upbam, i4Sep29 
J. Wetmore, 19 Jun SO 
W. Gaottr, 35 Oct do 
T.S. Demill, 12 July, 31 

6. Sprague, 18 May, 82 
Jas. Schoales, 22 Oct. 33 
G. Sprague, 6 j'uly 10 
Robt. Sprajgg, 15 Julso, 4I< 
Mon. Fowffr, 3 July, '41 
David Smith, 6 Nov. do 
James Seelye, 2 Juno '2 
Isaac Raymond, 3 do do 
JohaP«lin«^ V* 40 Jj* 
And. 0. Oity, 6 do do 



68 






Jahii RayneodL 10 juD.>43 
JaMW CanpbcU, 11 do do 
M, A. D«niill| SlJuot '46 
Wa. McOriger, 23 do 
David W. Piokctt, 23 dw 

LieutentM$, 
J. ScdiquiMt, IS June, 10 
W. Orbow, 25 Oei. >aO 
Z. Davit, IS Juae, 83 
Rokt.W«llace, S2 0«(.do 
T.W.H.M«te«ot7,2dI(. 
6 July, '40 
John Cut, Id iuB« '41 
Cb. E.Sailh, 3ju]j'41 
J. W. Upbam, i Nor. do 
Wm. Kirlchuni, 2 June, 42 
Simon Hart» S do do 
Step. Fowler, 4 do do 
James Hallett, 5 do do 
Don. Maboncy, g do do 
Wm. Earl, 1 It 7 do do 
Jeue Gillif, ' 10 June '43 
John L. Barbarie, 13 do do 
J. M. Fowler, 21 June '46 



Wa.H.WIitt«, 22 do 
W. Bate* ScotU, 23 do 
lohB MrAfee, 1:4 do 

Jaa. H. Fairweather, 25 do 

JBna^fiu. 
J. F. Sherwood, 25 Oet 29 
Jas. Alexander, 22 Oct '33 
JohnMorriion, 3 July '41 
W. B. Oanter, 6 Nov. '41 
Don. Bohannen, 7 do do 
David Drew, 8 do do 

Wm. Crabbt, 2 June '42 
O. Lamareaux, 4 do do 
We. Wetmorr, 5 do do 
Alex. Burnett, 11 do do 
Jobu Barbatie. 12 do Jo 
Alex. Campbell, 13 d.- do 
W. E. Burnett, 21 June '46 
F. A. Davit, 22 do 

Jai. Rattrey, 23 do 

John Kay, 24 do 

Tboi. Purvif , 25 do 

Robert Applrby, 26. do 
Linui Seci|re, 27 do 



Jdjutani. 
A.Eiicii(h,cap.25Ag.'28 

^!«uirl«niuu(er. 
E. S. Wetmore, do do do 

PtMMUttttt 

R.S.Matihow, e, 2 Juae 35 
C. Wiboa, 12 Juae, 'St 

Cavalry attached to 3d Bat- 
talion, Kini'f. 

Captain. 
Janei Petert, 5 June, '32 

IdmUenant. 
Daniel HatBeld, do do do 

Steond lAeu/tenant, 
John Gillii, do do do 

Comet. 
Ja*. Northrup, 27 Jan, '30 

Qti«rt«rmN«t<r. 
Jar. J. M. ScoviL 21 June 

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QUEEN'S COUNTT MaiTIA. 



First Battalion. 



Ijieutenani Ctlonel, 
Harry Peterg, 20 June, '25 

Major, 
W. Foshar, 29. Aug. '27 

Captaitu. 
R. Goldinf , adj. 25 nay '24 
T. R. Wctmote, II sep'26 
J. Corbet, 23 Aug. >27 

C. Smith, 7 Sept. '30 
W. Colwoll, 11 Auk. '34 
R. Smith, jua. 20 do do 

D. Vanwart, 21 Aug. '34 
John Ourrie, 5 Oei. 35 
Jaa. Colwcll, 10 tcp. 38 
JehnJ.Killid|«, I do 40 
Ricbardllewlett, 5 S«p '42 
Jas, Graham, 18 Aug. '45 
John Arautroitg, 19 do do 
Robert Smith, 20 do do 
Jofin J. Mayte, 10 Sep '46 

Uentenmntt. 
R. Dingee, 7 sept. '90 
J ri.Devebirr,2l Aug. '33 
Geo. Graham, :^2 do do 
James Titos, 11 Aug '34 
Tho« GoMing, 20 do do 
Wm.Garpeiilcr, 11 Sap 37 
John Colwcll, 10 do '38 
Birds. CarpcDter, 1 do '40 
John Gaiiaee, 2 do do 
Aw Smith, 5 do '43 

Fraacis Woods, 18 ang '45 
Thes. Han isoa, 1 9 do do 
James Kiaslow, 20 do do 
Wm. PennN7, 10 Sep. '46 

8, Currfe, 20aMf. '37 
Jai. E. Smith, 21 Aug. '33 
Rwbard Graham, 22 J« do 
Ck. Currtf, 28 do da 



Geo. Fox, 23 do do Umttnat^i. 

F. Pardy, 11 Aug. '34 L. M<Le^ 11 JuBe,'2S 
Alex. Case, 11 Sept. '37 C. L. Corey, 30 Aug. '27 
J. N. Fbibay,lOSept.'S8 H. Brins, 81 do '30 
HeunrS. Peters, 1 fep. '40 Robt. Teamans,37 July '01 
G.W. Hobin, 2 do D. Carmichael, 5 July, '41 
Pcleg Smith, 5 Sept. '42 Isaac Clarke, 6 do do 
Tbos. M^Graih, 18 Aux '45 John M'Gregor, 7 do do 
Wm. Buiaes, 19 do do James Alton, 8 do do 
Richard Fowler, 20 do do Exek. Stone, 12 Aug. '4S 
Wm. Marie, 10 Sep. '46 Andrew Barton, 13 do do 
Idmtant, Francis f alton, 15dod* 

Robert Golding, (capt.)27 John McDonald, 18 Aug'4S 
Apr. '24 WiUiam Perry, 19 do do 
Puytiuuter. John Secord, jr 20 do do 

N. H. Deveber, 24 Aug.'20 B«J"- ^2!lfefn».^^ **' '^* 
Quartermaster. j. Corey, 7 June, '2S 

W.F.Bonne|l,e.3lAug.36 J. Shearer, 21 Aug.' 27 



5ttff«on 
R. P. Smith, 24 Aug. '29 

Second Battalion. 



George Currie, 31 do do 
E. BriM, 27}ruly,'31 
James Mullin, 11 Aug. '34 
Wm. Vincoot, 6iulv, '41 

Gideon Bailtie, 7 do do 

Major. John Cochran, 8 do do 

Peters Yeamans, 33 May 31 Tlioi. Watson, 9 do do 
, Captaim. Danl. Fowlei. 9 Aug. do 

J. M<Lean, 8 Jua. '23 James Hunter, 12 Aug. 43 
J. M*Alister, 21 Angi '27 Allan iivtcLean, IS do do 
S. White, 30 do 'SO James Latta, 14 do do 
A. Branscomh,26July,'3l John Slarkey, 15 do do 
James Butler, 27 do do Eueas E^in, l8 Anf . ' r5 



li. Balyea, 12 Aug. '34 
EbcB. Briggf, 5 July, '41 
JohnPoarsoK, 6 do do 
Wm. Shearer, 7 do do 
Josb. GalkiDs, IS Aug. '43 
Potcri Cox, 13 do do 

Ebea. Burpee, 14 do do 
JohnMuUia, 18Aug.M5 
Charles Keilb, It do do 
JeM Starfcey, 30 do do 



Benin. Withrow, 19 do ^. 
AIlM M'DoBsId, 20 do il 
JobaMi>liii,jr. 21 do 4 

Adfutmmt. 
John Earlo, (cap 1^^.99^ 






D. Pafmcr, 30 Aug. '37 

SurgtoH, 
Bevan, 14 Aug. '49 



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CARLETON COUNTY MILITIA. 



Firit Battalion. 



LientenmiU C»Und. 
Juko Sibblce^ 6S«p'4T 

Jamas KrIclHini, % Ao 25 

B. P. Griffith, 7Ma7.>32 
Rufuf Pajrioo, 9 do do 
A. B. Sharpe, 26 Auf. *34 
Rafeh K«tehdin,20 Fe. ^ 
R. O. Baardilej, 21 do do 
Fraac Canrill, 22 do do 
Wn. M*Kei»{t, 17 Oct do 
Jofl«. Pbillipfl,32May,'42 
Willi«nOoniiel|,24 do 
Wm. T. Wiloaot, (rif.) 25 
July, >43 
Win. AlltinioB, le Feb '4e 
H.H.Boiirdalt7, Sljaae do 
Eber Ontr, 22 do do 

Alex. Linditnr, 23 do do 
Benj. Charcbiil, 6 Sap '47 

Liaitenmntt. 
A. 8. Oaroiaa, 26 Ahc. '34 
P.M.B«d«ll, llSppI?? 
8. 8. GroivcBor, 2d It. rif. 
9 Jan. '38 
Sanuel PmrCer, 20 Feb.'S9 
C.Wolhaup(cr,2IM«y«42 
Thof.Upban, 22 do 
Wn. O. Sinitb, 25 do 
Oilbrrt Oartrill, 27 May,'42 
Leon Harding, 2& May,'42 
Robt A. Hay, 29 do 
fiaiauel Porter, 30 do 
W. T. Baiid, (1 It. r.) 16 
Feb. '4b* 
F.Wimlow, (2 It. r.) do do 
O. L. RayinoiMi, do do 
K. Shaw, 17 do do 

Jut. Lecicwood, 22 June do 
Eiijih Briggf, 23 do do 
Anth. Kearney, 6 Sep 47 
Levi £atabroekf, 7 do do 

T.BwIeck, 30 Auk. '29 
Geo. M«Kentie, 26tep.'32 
P.P.BeardalcT, 15 Feb. *a9 
TboBaa Onrrie, 16 do do 
AatboBy BJaifcie, 17 do do 
8aa«el RMImn, 19 do do 
Jacob B«c«o, 28 do do 
O.H.KatcbtNii, 2Iaia7.*42 
W. RaynoBd, 22 do 
JohBll'BrUe, 93 do 
Tbot. Alkillaol^ 24 i» 
V«. knltOh, 26 do 
KlfcfcaBaktr« • 27 do 
Mattia Trceartia, 21 do 
Ffwcr tMt, i jime, do 

CalTtelf>Ke«i,l«Feb'48 
M«t.4.etPMlVpi^l7dod« 
Otgf/» QibaoB, 18 do da 
Thof. Liadaar, S juao do 
JarTMlrtej, 6 8«p*df 



Moiaa Orter. 7 do do 

JdpUUHt. 

C. Raymoad, c. 26 Jul. '28 

Payma$$er. 
8. A.Oarnian, c. 9 Jaa. '96 

Swrreon, 
Ob. Rice, 26 Aug. '34 

O.Peabody It. 23 Sep. '26 

Carle on Light Bragoou, 
attache J to First Bait. 

CoBfain. 
eee. A. Bedell, 1^ Fe. '4^ 

Lieutenani. 
Wai. F. Dibblee, do do 

Comet, 
G. BliM Upbam, do do 

Quartermaster. 
John M* Beath, 17 nar.'40 

Second Battalion. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

J.A.MacIanchlan, 27Fe'38 

Major, 

Capta&m, 
A. Nicbobon, 29 July, '28 
£.Tuiaer, 81 da do 
C. M-Laucblan,! I May 32 
R.Woodward,ad.29 Se.'S? 
Eliaba SiMOO, 23 Fub. '38 
MurpbyQiberion, 25dodo 
Georpe Milhury, 26 do do 
Joba Nicholtoa, 16 Jan '42 
Oeoice Murphy, 17 do 
JoiiabS. Brown, 18 do 
Ben. Beveiiiige, rif. 19 do 
Jemet Bishop, 14 Aug. '43 
Henry Baird, 10 Oct '47 
JohoBalloch, II dodo 
Jonas Fitihorberl, 12 dv do 

LUnttnatUs. 
C. HamBBond, 28 Feb. '38 
Geo. GibersoB, 3 Mar. '38 
CbarlesnploB, l5Jiia. '42 
G. 8. Toaipkioa, iH do 
Fraacis Tibhits, 17 do 
JercTorapkias, 15 aug '43 
Robert Kerr, 16 do do 
HdUnd Ester, 17 do do 
Jaa. A. Phillips, 10 Oct. *47 
Ab. W. Raymoad, 11 do 
Jaases Kearney, 12 do 
A. W. Raiasford, 13 do 
Williaai Kilbarn, 14 do 
Tbomaa Pickard, 15 do 
Wai.Bedell,tlt.rir.l6do 
Geo. Curnr, S It tif. 17 da 

JBntitm, 
Adas Baiid, 10 Oct *4T 
Jacob Jeweti, If do do 
JoIm Gi^fw»a, 12 da do 
WUttM «aUii, 13 da da 



Henry Lewis, 14 do do 
Grorge Oisgec, 16 do do' 
Samael Nevera, 16 do do 
Wm.CraDdlemire,]? da do 
Joba Squires, 18 do do 
Dava'd Raymond, 19 do do 

Jd{futaia. 
R. Woodward, c. 29 8e. T 

Paj/nuuter. 
J. R. Tupper, c. I Jan. '42 

Quartermaster. 
Patk. Murphy, 3 Nov. do 

Surgeon. 
W. HTyley, 27 Feb. de 



Third Battalioa. 

LieitfenanI Colonel. 
L. R. Coombf, 1 6 Feb 4% 

Major. 
A.Bclleaeor, 29 Sep. '37 

Captaint. 
Leoa Belleflrur,29 do. '37 
Joseph Heberi, 30 do do 
Simon Hcbert, jr. I Oc do 
Joseph Cere, 2 April, '40 
A. B. Hammoad, 5 do 
Vetal Thibideau, 6 do 
Micbl. Mercare, 7 do 
R.R.Ketchttm. 16 Feb. '46 
Roamend Violetf e, 18 do 
Joseph Micbaad, 19 do do 

liieuCenantt. 

Abm.Dufear, 8AdH1,'40 
Regis Terrio, 6 do 
A. L. Coombs, 16 Feb. '46 
Benooi Terriau, 17 do do 
James Smith, 18 do do 
Andrew Mirhaad, 19 do do 
John Oosligtn, .20 do do 
Romaia Miebaud, 21 do do 
AugMBtinWebster, 23 do do 

EntignM. 
Frat. Godine, 3 Apr. >40 
Simoa Duroar, 5 do 
Edwd.EatM, 16 Feb. '49 
VaL H. CoomS It da do 
Obriatopbcr Cyr, 18 do du 
Aatoiao Hudoa, 19 do do 
LeoaBeUeflcarjr.29 do do 
Tho». Oaoady, 21 do do 
Enoch Baker, 32 dodo 
John T. Hodgsea, 23 dodo 
Fr«dk.A.Perley,24dodo 

AJ^mtenU. 
Wai. MaeUaebha, (capt.) 
16 Feb. '46 

^^mrt^mm$t*r. 

EdwJkk«rl.ey,it2«ar'47 

fifw iaiW r. 

P.O.Amiraai,e.80et.'37 

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ComnmiMlAr oh the Weft*Iodia and North Amerioan Station — 
Yiee Admiral Sir Franeei William Ainten, K. C. B. 

Flag Lieat.— Cha>. J. Aasten ; Sec'y— William D. Jeans, Eiq. 

Naral Siirtejror in the Bay of Fundy, &c.— Hon. Capt. W. F. 
W. 0#en; Ueut. Alfred Kortright, {addt'l Flag-d^ Vindic- 
tioet) on Surveying Service. 

Vnsxi.s oir teib Statioit.— J&ififf, 96— Captain Granrilla G. 
Loch; JUOo, Stieam Sloop—Comoiander Y. A. Maaaingberd ; 
Darvitgf 12— Commander Wm. Peel; Ekdraf 14— Commander F. 
W. P. Bottverie ; End/ffmion, 44-» Capt. Geo. W. C. Courtenay ; 
Olaoiiar^Steam Tender; HtrmtSt Steam Sloop— Commander 
Watbingtoh ; Imawm, t2— Receiving Ship, Jamaica— Cdmmodore 
Cr. E> I^mbert; Lark, 3— Surveying Service — Lieut. Cam. Geo. 
B. Lawrence; Panialoon, 10— Commander Henry J. Dooglaa; 
PtniaUi 16— Commander Henry Cor^ton ; Ptcfe2e,S^Liedt. Com. 
Heni^r Bernard; Thunder, 6^ Surveying— Capt. Edward ^arhiett; 
VeMtiUtf Steami Sioiop— Commander Herbert G. Autten; ViU' 
dkHne, 50^fhg Ship— Captain Michael Seymour. 
— "■ ■■.'■■"' 

TH£ VNITSB KIlfGlNKH. 

(Atiitknbkii) VICTORIA I., Qineen of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, (daoghter of the late Duke of Kent, 
—born November 2, 1767 ; died January 23. 1820,— by Vtekma 
Maria Louiga, aister of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg*Gotba, and of 
Leopold, feeing of the Belgians; born Auguit 17, ;1786;) bom 
May 23, 1819; succeeded her uncle, William lY., June 20, 1837, 
i^artied February 10^ 1840, to Princx Albert, of Saxe-Coborg- 
Gotha, born August 26, I8l9. Issw :— 1. Victoria Adelaide Maria 
Loiiisa, born November 21, 1840; 2. Albert Edward, Prince of 
Wales, (Heir presumptive to the Crown,) born November 9, 
IS41 ; 3. Alice Maude Manr, bom April 25, 1843 , 4. Alfred Er- 
nest Albert, born August 6, 1844; 5. Helena Augusta Vieteria^ 
bom May 25, 1646. 

Qtsx!^ DtiWQktfk^AdeUnde, Consort of the late Wiinam IV., 
and sister of the Duke of SabtewMeinirigin, born Aug«st 13, 1792. 
vnetsMa and auHts op thb qukbit. 

1. ErtMl Ai^atM, (Kingof Ilanover,) Duke of Cumberland, 
beia Jun^ 6. 1771 ; married. May 29, 1815, Frtdtriea SoMaCmro^ 
Hmtt Mster of the Duke of Meckfenbu^i^-StreHts, bOm Marth JO,. 
1778. .firttie:—G«orve Frederick, born May 27, 1819. 

% AHa^^Fredmck, Duke of Cambridge, born Febmaiy 24, 
1774; married. Miry 8, 1818, Jmfmtm IHSbMia LotfiM, neh:e 
of the Ll^ldirave of Hesee, bortt July 5, ITtflf. AsKs,— 1. Geoitfr' 
Wtlliam, born Mareb ^6, 1819 ; St. Augusta Caroline, born July 
19, 18l&:0.Jlary Adelaide, bwp* Hovember S^, 1633. 

3. Miciy. Dncheflaj>f dliiimeester.bifrfil Aprit'25, 1776i, married^: 
July 22,{8fttb bercoufiiU,iri(euimiVedn^ |)ul'4e of Glotifeecr 



^ho dkd NDvembn 3Q» 18^4. 



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71 

PRIHCIPAL OrFICIRS OF THE IMPERTAL GOTERITHEIfT. 

Lord. John Rnssell, First Lord of ibe Treasury ; Lord Cotimr* 
ham. Lord Chancellor ; Sir George Grey, Secretary of State for 
the Home Department; Viscount Palmersion, Secretary of Stats 
for the Foreign Department; Earl Grey, Secretary of State for 
the Colonies ; Sir Charles Wood, Chancellor of the Exchequer ; 
the l^rquisof Clanricarde, Postmaster General; Mr. T. B. Ma- 
'cauley, Paymaster-General; the Duke of Wellington. Comman- 
derhi-Cbiefof the Anny; Hon. Fox Manle, Secretary at War; 
the Earl of Auckland, First Lord of the Admiralty ; Lord Cbi- 
rendon. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 

COLONIAL GOVERNOma. 

Canada. — The Earl of Elgin, Governor-General. 

JSovO'Scolui. — Lieut.-Geoeral Sir John Harvey, K* C. B. and 
K. C. H., Lieutenant-Governor. 

.A/eao-JBrunstotcfc.— Colonel Sir Wm. M. G. Colebrooke, K. H.. 
Lieutenant-Governor. 

Newfoundland. — Lient.-Colonel Sir Gaspard Le Marchant, Go> 
VBrnor and Commander-in-Chief [Lieut.-Governor. 

Prinee Edward Island.—Cotomfindar Sir Henry Vere Huntley, 



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LIGHT HOUSES. 

Board of Commissioners for thi several Light Houses in the Bd^ 
of Funrfy.— Robert W. Crorikshank, John Ward, L Woodward, 
lilsauires; Hon. Thomas Wyer, John Wilson, Enquire, Hon. W- 
F. W. Owen, Lieut. Charles Hare, R. N. and John Jamea Robiii- 
son, Esquire, R. N. 

Isaac Woodward, Esq. Surveyor of those Light Houses in tha 
Bay of Fundy belonging to 'New-Brunswick, and also of those bi* 
longing to Nova-Scotia» which are partly supported by this Provioea; 

. Caoe Sable Seal Island Light.-^The first Light on approachiog 
the Bay of Fundy is on the South Point of Seal Island. This if 
a plain White Light— elevated about eighty feet above high watei* 
mark, and may be seen in approaching the Island from any point 
of Uie Cqmpiiss. A very dangerous Rock, under w^ter, but upon 
which tH sea always breaks, called Blonde Rock, lies 3f mifes o. 
by W. by Compass from the Light House. Between this R^ck 
and the Island there are some dangers— the ground is rocky 
throughout, and large vessels, therefore, ought not to atfempt, 
passing between them. 

Brier Island Li^if.-~rn,advancing up the Baj^ thf) next Light is 
situated oh Brier Islan^, about half a mile N. £. from tl|a N. W* 
point thereof. — A plaib White Light. , 

Digby Gut Light.--i:he next Light on tha coast of N*?«-Scatia 
is placed on the Wast side of Digby Gut«-fvemi BliarT Island 
North Eastward, li^hacoast is veri bold, and noi indente^, the 
Light is, therefore, chicly itUendcd as a guide into Di|^£iiMi-, 
A White Light ? fim«ii%U^^^^ 



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Gamut Roek Lighi.—Thit Light is intend«d to warn Testels of 
their approach to a very dangerous range of ihoals and ledfei, 
whieK extend from the Old Proprietor to the Seal Iilands off 
Macbias, a distance of about twenty miles. It is a flash light— 
iflAtto—twenty seconds dark and forty light in each minute. The 
Light House is painted in stripes, vertical, black and white. 

Bearingi and Distance by Compass from the iSannet Rock Light 

House : — 

This Light bears from the Light House on Brier Island N.N.W. 
I W. 22 miles. 

From the Gannet Rock to the Old Proprietor, E. ^ S. distance 
7 miles. 

From the Gannet Rock to tlie Black Rock off White Head 
Island. N. E. j| E. 7 miles. 

From the Gannet Rock to the South West Head of Grand 
Manan, N. N. W. 6|| miles. 

From the Gannet Rock to the Northernmost of tho Murr 
Ledges, N. W. ^ N. 2|| miles. 

To the Southernmost of ditto, called St. Mary's Ledge, W. S. 
W. 2 miles. 

From the Gannet Rock to Machias Seal Island, W. and by N. 
i N. 12^ miles. 

Between the Northernmost and Southernmost of the Murr 
Ledges, there is a range of dangerous Rocks and Shoals-^nuiny 
of them always above water, and which eitend Westward from 
theUght House aboutfcur miles; from this range, farther Westerly 
about six miles from the Gannet Light, lies a dangerous Breaker 
called the Bull. This may be avoided by keeping three remark* 
able headlands, near the a, W. end of Grand Manan, open. 

From Brier Island Light to the Old Proprietor. N. and by W. 
i W. 18|| miles. 

The Blonde Rock from the Southernmost point of the Cape Sa* 
ble Seal Islands S. and by W. 3^ miles distant. 

Machias Seal Jdand Lights — ^There are two fixed whitk Lights 
upon the Machias Seal Islands, elevated about forty-five feet above 
high water, and bearing from each other E.S.E. and W.N.W. dis- 
tant about 200 feet, by which circumstance of two Li^ht Uaases 
at the same station, they will be immediately distinguished from 
all other Lights upon the Coast, (British or American.) Both the 
B^ttildings are painted White. The following are the bearings hf 
Conipass from them, viz :— 

To the Southernmost Murr Ledge (St. Maiy's) E.8.E. easterly. 
Gannet Rock Light. E. by S. | S. 13 miles. 
Southern Head of Grand Manan, E. by N J| N. 
Northern Head of Grand Manan. N. E. k ET. 
N. E. Bock distant 8 milet, N. E. by N. 
LHtle River Head, N by W. 
UU>y Mattd Light House, (Amerieui) N. W. by W. 

Vesieli ataoding to the Northward, betweea these Ughti and 
the Geimet Reek, ahoold tack or haul off the moment th^y bring 
these Light! into one, u th<iy will be then not more than threft* 



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f«urth« of a mile from the Murr Ledgei, if more than five milet 
to the Eaat of the Lights. 

t It is recommended that the Ship*B Compasses should be weU 
tompared and adjiuted, (particalarly in new ships,) before they 
leave Partridge Island, as serious errors have frequently occurred 
from want orattention on this point : and, as the variation in the 
Bay of Fundy is seventeen de^frees Westerly, or (l^ points) it 
will be found by the latest published Admiralty Charts, * that the 
course from Partridge Island down the Bay, South Channel, be- 
tween the Old Proprietor and N. W. Ledge, is S. W. A S., but 
the course to be steered must depend on the direction ofthe wind 
on leaving Partridge Island.] 

Head Harbour Light-^Jiext in order, after passing Grand Manan, 
and the plain White Ligiit (American) on West Quoddy Pointy 
is Head Harbour Light. This is placed ou the North East ex- 
tremety of Campo-Bello,'and is a guide to vessels entering the 
main channel to West Isles, Moose Island, and the Inner Bay of 
Passamaquoddy ;— it enables vessels also at all times to enter 
Head Harbour, It is a fixed waiT£ Light. The building ia 
painted White, with a red cross on it. 

Point Lepreaux Lights. — Upon this projecting head-land two 
Lights are placed, one above the other, in the same house, and 
distant twenty-eight feet. — Both Lights can be seen from every 
point ofthe compass where ths^ may be useful — both are fixed 
and WHITS. The Light House is painted red and white, in stripea 
pf five feet broad each, horizontally. 

Partridge Island L^^.—This Light, at the entrance ofthe River 
and Harbour of Saint John, having been established about fiAy 
years, requires no particular notice, further than it is a fixed 
WHITS Li^ht, and the Light House it* painted Red and White in 
vertical stripes. The Light was enlarged in Nov. 1846. 

Beacon Lt^At.—Within Partridge Island, and upon a Spit or 
Bar, which extends about half a mile S. S. E. off Sand Point, and 
which dries at two-thirds ebb, stands the Beacon Tower. Upon 
this Tower a Light is established, which is eminently useful to the 
Coasting Trade of St. John, and to all other vessels having Pilots 
on board, as it enables them to enter the Harbour at all hours of 
the niffht.— A fixed whits Light. The House is painted White 
and black, in stripes vertically. 

Qtioeo Ligkt,^-'X revolving white Li^ht is placed on a small 
rock off Gtuaco Head, showing twice nill and twice dark in a 
minute. Thu Light ean be seen from any quarter where a vessel 
can approach. The Light House is painted White and Red. in 
korizontal stripes. 

Coft Enrage LigAl.-On the Point of that name, in Wostmor- 
land, nearly opposite Apple River Harbour^ Nova-Scotia. The 
House ii about 190 feel above the tido-mark| and is paintjsd wbitt. 
A plain whits light. _^^___:^_ 

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ROADS AND DISTANCES. 



From SL Mm io Prederktm, by 
the Ntrepit Hood, 

Miles. 
Hardtng'i, (Torktbin MT.) 4 
Bmndiigt'i, 10 

Dotigiit Armt looi 4 

Biiri(ni*f, B 

Oorcroment Ho«m, 4 

D»rhy Oillan**, 10 

WiHi«m Smith's, Gary, 7 
Oronocto, 7 

Fredericton, 11-65 

On thM Bait side <f the Rtnt, 

Browii*8, Torrirb«rii, 7 

GoodAta Ptfint, 9 

KingHoa. 4 

Haad of BelUisle, 14 

Waabsdtmoae, 13 

Jemaeg l^'erry, 6 

tilley't. (Sheffield,) 13 

Widow Perley's, 8 

FrederictoQ, \%j» 

Less by the Nerepit Road, 21 

Sc^int John io Saini Andnw$. 
To Byrne'e, La Icefield, 9 

Tiit<»h*e. Muaquaab, 6i 

M'LaucbUii's, 6 

Gray's, 6 

M'Gowan's, (hvlf^wty) 0^ 

Shaw's, Mafia«iiadsfie, 9 

fiurns', St. Pstfick, 10 

^sinl Andrews, 12 

Total, 67 

SI. JohH to Martinet Bead. 

To Cody's, n 

Beatly's, « 

Qttaco, 11 

llleif ii^ or Poller's Beach, 6 

Big Salmon Riter, 3 

LifUe Salmon River, 5 

irartitt's Head, 4 

Tblsl, 48 

Si^iAt Mri to Shtpbdy. 
To Debooi0'8, French Village, 30 
DrumniMiifa,' — i2 

M^Hknut'r 12 

Doniian*s».: 12 

Meeting Hooie, Sbepody, 13 

Tolpl, 79 



St John to Amhernt, (N. S.) via 
Suuix VaU^ DoreHeit^, 4^. 

Mites. 

To Brown's, Torrybvrn, 7 

Csmpbell's, 6 

Hsmmond River Bridge, 4 

Hompioa Ferry, 7 

Hsy's. 64 

Baxter**, (Finger Boatd,) 41 

Roache's, 10 

M'Mionagle's, * 8 

To Snsiivx Vale, 46 
To M'Leod«s, (Porisge.) 10 
Pitifield's, 1» 

Niton's; 18 

L«tis', 12 

To Bead of Petilcodiie, 93 
Ghsrter'Sv MomrMncooii, 16 
Hickman'a, Dorcbeater, 8 



Weeteocli, 
Tantamar, 
Ambarat, 



To Dorebcsiar, 117 

7 

W 

9 



Total, 144 

[Pram Dorchester to Amherst,^ 
ihenevir road, (ntaH rente) the 
distance is only 19 Miles.] 

Tantamar to P, Bdword Island], 

Wells' to O. Cbspell's. 9 

Chspell's to John %Vsll*s, 11 
Allen'a, (Cape TbnAemiM,) 11 
t;spe Traverse, P. fi. I. (by 
wMdr,) la 

Tptnl, 40 

.MnherttioHaiifiue. 

To Svewnrt>s, 10 

Eiewson^s, River Philip, 9 

Pordy's. (monniftin^ to 

SulberlsAd's, .fj • 6 

Tewili*s,(l,oi^dilirderry,) 10 

Brsndhard's, Thfro, 15 

Hill's, Stewisck#, 17 

MilUr's^ <S«y*« BiVer, 9< 

Keyes\ 10 

ShnljMi's, 9 , 

HaUfax, Ut 



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tolM, 117 



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vug 

[ilM. 

r 
5 

4 

t 

to 

• 3 

46 
10 

n 

12 
12 

93 

16 

8 



8 



Bmd of PetUeodiM toRiehibucti. 

Miles. 

To Smith*!, Shcdiie, 13 

Liom'i, 1 

CiMiigne Briclff«> (Dytart'd,) 8 

Smith's Little Buctouche, 

Keseriek'e, Big Buctoaehei 2 

Harris', 7 
Kiat's Arms, > 
Keoi Hotel, /RicbiO 
Conro^reiM Ins, / htieto, ( 

Dooaellj's Hoase, ) ~ 

TotsI, 60 

RtehibUetd to MiramieM. 

To RsDkin's, 12 

Diclcen's, Bsy da Vin, 10 

M^Besib's, Black Rifsr, IQ 
M'Beath's, ) 

BIsnchard's, > Chatham, 6 

Hea's, ) — 

Total. 40 

Chatham to Bathurst, (Bay dt 
Chaitur.) 

To QoodfelloH's, 6 

Carry's, 8 

Forein^s, (half-way hout*,) 16 

Lee's, 94 

CottM Hoose, 9 

Total, 46 

Bathwrst to Reatigouehe. 

To Damaresq's, (Rockville), 10 

Chslmer*s, ( Benedtferne,) 11 

Harvey's. (Nash's Creek,) Ui 

M'^enzie's. 9| 

Flemmioi's (Dalhoasle,) 10 

Reid's, 7 
Widow Hardy's, Campbeltod, 9 

Total, 71 

Frediricmt lo JMirdmichi, 

To Brown's, ' 11 

YoungHi, U) 

M'Leod's, 4 

Boies*, 20 

Honter'e, 14 

DeCantline's, 10 

Cochrsne's, 14 

Jitroes Jordoa'i^. 6 

WiUoo's PoiBt, , 7 

Newcastle, . ,3 

TomViojs 



Frtdtrtd&t t6 Quihte. 

Miles. 

To Lonff's, 16 

MsrshslTs, 8 

Munro's, 7' 

Ooiou'e, 3 

Poquoie, '4 

Jones', Bel River, It 

Woodstock Hotel, 1 2 ~6S 

Victoria, 9 

Jewett's, i^ 

Kerr's, 9 

River de Chute, 7 

Tobique, 12 

Restock, 3 

Grand Falls, 18-71 

Akerley's, Grand River, 12 

Ryan's, 10 
Msdawaaka Littte Falls, 14 
Degele, (Lsks Temis* 

coasts,) 31 
La Belle's, (entrance of 

the Portsge,) 16 

Riviare du Loup, ^ 

Kamouraska, 18 

St. Ann, 22 

Riviere Oaelle, . 23 

Saint Thomas, 15 

Saint Josei^h, 18 

Point Levi, Qaebeo, 12-217 ' 

ToUl. i!i\t 
Prom Digby to Halifax. 

To AnnspsUs, 19 

Keatvilie, 68 

Windsor, 87 

Halifax, 46 

Halifax to PictovL* 

To Potnafli's Farm, 

M' Keen's, 

Leckie's, 

Heney's, 

West Branch, (East River), 

To the Court Honse, 

Tatal, 

Dtg^to Skelbi^m . 

TbJoWs*,Sr8sibO*;*^'^' '^ ''■ 
ITucker's, Mbfitsgain Cove, d1 
Riebsri's, TsVmobili; S^ ' 

Kendriek'i. Bairrii^{ttoti. «t . 

M^IuKdeh**, Shelbutae, ^ ' 

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12 

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Hat log observed in the 74th rage of your Almtnack for 1847, • 
Cbiride by "J. Moore, Petimille," wbicb should bs?e been termed 
an Bnigmo, I therefore tske the liberty of msking a few brief remarks 
as to the nsmet and arrangement ol Charades, Eoigmas, Rebusses, 
and Bnigmaiicsl ReboMes. 

A CuAB^oa is made up of one, two, or more words, to makes 
compound word, as tea-pot, in-do-lent, dM., and if a sinilo letter ie 
ever used it mutt either be a number, liquid, or vowsl.— rio transpo- 
sition or inversion used. 

An Enioma is known by its nsture and paradosical oaalittM, aidl 
may be either simple or nompound.— It is merely a riddle. 

A Riaus is made up sometimes of a whole word, Billables, vow^s, 
or letters, as one-half, ooe-third, ooe-foorth, one-filth of a word, and 
always the first patt of a word, and, if ihey please, transposition or in- 
version used. 

An Enigmatical Rkbvs is a word chosen, either simple or com- 
pound, and treated on ai the first as an Enigma, then transposed, in- 
verted, dissee^d and trisected, n% seemetb them good. 

In the Enigmatical answer to CharSde, by "W., Prederidon,** last 
year, he eays " An islsnd's name transpoae," whereas it ought to have 
been t'nverfecf. For instance : Elba— a6/e. Transposition and in-r 
version are not synonymous terms. 

N. B.— The last Rehus in the 74th page of last year's Almanack, 
would have been belter under the term Bnigio: Jical tlebas. ^. 



Anstoer to Charade Ut, in latt 
year*i Almanack. 

I» after with will make within. 

Which never was without ; 
Do is what all men must perform. 

Their ends to bring about. 
Lbmt only comes but once ayear, 

And that at difl!''rent timec ; 
A certain church commanda that 
then 

Men should confess their crimes. 
But persons who ate Inuolbnt 

Will still procrastinste ; 
^0 business will they ever act 

Until it's 'Just too lato.' 
New JenuaUm. D. L. 8. 

Annoer to- Charade Sewnd. 
How arc often termed nnclean 

By those who arc not Jewa ; 
In^a/iag so I do not mean 

They arc not fit to aae. 
«**«> ia whti yoa aad I pccscss, 

Wbatc'er in it be foand. 
HoasHiAo a liquid measure is, 

As core as tht workPe round, 
N§w Jermakm, D. L. S. 

2*tie answer to Charade third is 
a Tau. p. l. S. 



Armeer to la$t year^o Ut Charadi, 

In is a word that ts'er waa out; 

I think It very true. fdoubt 
Wlieo business urges there 'a no 

You will begin to do. 
LsNT never comes but once sjitear, 

Which for your last I take; 
Now thess I join, and then His 
clear. 

That iMooLaMT they '11 make* 

J. Mopaa, Grand Bay, 

Annoer to h»t year^a teepnd 
Charade.—%Y the samb. 

Hoos is your first, as I do find } 
Head mast the Hcond be, 

For when these two arc rigotly 
joiaed, 
A HoGSREAD they will be. 

REBUS. 
I am corporeal, in a aeoee ; 
I'm e'er in hea]th,and consequence, 

A true cosmopolite ; 
I hstc the war ; I'm e'er in dread | 
Thoogli from a foe I never fled, 

But meet him with delight. 
I alinn the Law, yet witboai ma 
The lawyer cauld not find a plea, 

Nor plaad bis elicai's case ; 
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M7, ■ 
friii«d 
itrki 

!••«•, 

ikea 
Iter if 
lotpo- 

|i CMi 

iw^f. 
land 
lor in- 



No panoii eould tMrmoii pratcb, 
No pedifoguo coo Id oftr incb, 

Nor pvpil ktop kit pltoo ; 
Tht farmor oould aot aow hia iocd, 
Nor surgtoa could hia patifoi 
blaod- 

No adtpi thara would bo ; 
Witbout my aid ballta could not 
maci [street, 

With amorooa boaox upon iha 

Nor sailora go lo tea. 
rm naitber aeen by nigbt or day ; 
from company I keep away, 

But yet 1 have to owe, 
Just in tbe evening 1 am aeen 
Wiih ladiei walkinn on tbe green, 

And waiting on ibem borne. 
In every acene I take a partt 
1 como witb peace to every heart; 

But oft I cause some teara. 
Then, learaed youtiis, my name 

discloee, 
My usee and my faulta eipoae, 

£'er next new year eppcare. 

J. Mooaa, Grand Bay. 

GHARADB.— By thb axiii. 

Six words there are, all of which 

I can name, [contain. 

Though four and five lettera I only 
My five first expiesa what each 

matron hath been, 
My list and three neit near a 

rivulet 'e seen, [oft done, 
Four next to my tiret for pleasure 'a 
Threo next to my third are da- 

atroyed by the sun, 
Three next to my fourth are an 

animal's name, 
Read backwarda and forwarda 

exactly the same, 
Three next to my aixth. if you 

proporly take, [they 'II make, 
Of difiereot kinds, a measure 
My wbole is a place where crioMa 

meet their d«eert, 
In producing my name, prithee be 

expert. 
Grand Bixy. ' 

CHARADE 1. 
By AxTHoa Mvllin, OageUnen. 

With mndeat behaviouf 
1 once aekcd a favour [aura, 
Of bar whom I counted i trea- 
She looked with a smile, 



Yet firm all the whila- [leisure. 

You may think of her anawer at 
To tbia you may join 
A Sutea' little com. [ecan 

Connect these ano soon you will 
The man tbat'< my wbole. 
Both bis body and aoul. [the land. 

Are condemned by the laws of 
But if you prefix 
Two more to the six, 

The caae it will then altered be, 
You then will be right 
In honest men's sight, [thee. 

And the law has no claim upon 

CHARADE II.— UT thx aAMa. 

A tax or a toll 

You here may enroll, 

To make out my whole 

You may place a conjunction ; 
Iflheseyoudoadd 
There straight will be had 
A character bad 

That does need ireatcompunetion. 

ENIGMA. 
By AxTHtra Mvllim, Gagilovn. 

Form'd at tbe first by tbe Creator, 
Then made (almoat) by every 

creature, 
In every house I'm to be seen. 
Round New'Brunewick aboree I 

ween; 
Look to the aky, above the air, 
I'm to be aeen cooapicuoua there ; 
Doubt not my word, 'tie una the 

wbole, 
I do extend from pole to pole, 
Yea, I can span the world over, 
And reach fromCalaia unto Dover; 
More than all tbia, devoid of ma 
No ship did ever sail the sea ; 
I'm uaed (almost) in every trade. 
No book witbout me e'er waamada 
That e*er wae printed by a man. 
Or finished by tbe binder's hand ; 
No map nor landscape could you 

trace 
Till I am right before your face. 
What need I talk 7— I've got so 

common, 
I'm mode by every man & womaa 
That liveth here upon the globe, 
Or that haa wit to wear a robe ; 
All eoloraicaa boast, 'ilsaaid, 
I'm white, I'm black, Tm blue. 

aod red> 



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Vtn Aranff. p«rpl«,|rf«D,dB ftty, 
Aod yellow Ja«i •■ ponpi* may i 
Atid if you itke ihe paint to trace, 
You*ll find me in your liind or 

fice. 
MeohiAiee, too, do priie me high, 
Beceuve I lid tod guide the eye ; 
Tiie joiuer, mtion, cooper, tailor, 
Fisher, togler, cobbler, siilor'- 
Thty til ray uie tnd aid do linow, 
For they htft tried tod profeu il 

to. 
I'm brittle, rotten, fretb k. tou|h, 
Straight tnd crooked, »mooth tod 

rough { 
Aitho* my colore tod my eireogtb, 
And in tbe firmament my length, 
My uiefulnete to every trtde. 
To every sect and every grade. 
( I pray thee do not start nor linch) 
I never meitured htlf an inch. 

ENIGMATICAL REBUS. 

BY TUB tAMB. 

Ditrisne you'll aee« 
Both the youth tnd the aged, 

'Tie looking for me, 
That they all tre engaged ; 

So, etrly tnd lt<e, 
Seek on and don't fret ye, 



For btrd if yoir fttf 
ir you ctnnot get hm. 

Trtnepott and you'll find 
A Itnd named in Scripture— 

Th« prophet leaith 
In one of hit chaptera. 

Tranapoot, tnd, in life, 
When you ohtogo your powition^ 

Vm t ntme for your wife 
In the QMrried eoodiiion. 

Trtnapoat mo toear. 
And tho Seripturot peroee, 

A Rock you will view 
Thtt wit known to the Jtwt. 

Trtnspoee, tnd resort 
To your Itnd tnd be cletring, 

You'll need my tupport, 
Sir, I would not be fetring. 

Transpose, tnd (alHt ptst) 
I would sty without doubting, 

They etn't he my laat 
Who go screaming tnd thootinf . 

RGBUS.~BT THI eAMB. 

Ye correepondents to Mr. Chubb, 
You toon mty fiiu t pariittive 

thrub,— [etme. 

Out off itt hofi, tnd invert the 
And you will btvt t young Itdy't 

ntrot. 






mSTBUCTIYE AND AMUSING EXTKACTS. 



Small Potofoes— This term Is so ^enerallr reproaohful thtt tho 
person or thing to which it is applied is placed in the lowest at> 
litode. But even small potatoes should not be despised, as the 
rpljowing facts, which were related to us by the one of our towns-t 
men who deriypd much pro$t from the pjrooeeding, fully illus> 
ivttea. 

Some years ago a gentleman visiting a farmer in Tolland, Con- 
necticnt, took from £ub pocket a small intruder, which somehow 
got itt there at home. It was thrown out with a smile, and the 
farmer taking it in his hand to look at it, a curious little boy of 13 
, at his el6ow asked what it was. Oh nothing but a potato, my boy 
—take it and plant it— and you shall have all you can raise from 
it till you axe Iree. The lad took it, and the farmer thought na 
more, aboiU it at that time. The boy, however, not despising 
small potatoes, carefully divided it into as many pieces ashe could 
fiiid t>^^B, and put them in tbeground ; the product wus carefully put 
aside in the fall, and teed for several hills obtained for the next 
spring. The product was all kept for seed, iintil the fourth year» 
the yield being good, the actual product was 400 bushels ! The 
falrmer, seeing the prospect that the. potato field would by another 
year cover his whole farm, asked to be released from his promise.. 



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Wiib the WBif Mlcalatioa, pradeaet and indMtrr, how many 
who art ^iapotad to r«f ard tha trifliog tbioga oa which fortunaa 
ara huilt, aa loo nuUl fotatott to raeaifo Siair aUanftion, woald 
hava boon m wdepandant oircumatanoaf, if they had hiMbaudad 
auiall advaatagaa. SnuUl potuUtei ahould not ba d^^piiad, aveii 
though tbaro ba at fint but ufew m a hUl.-^P^rUmouth Journal. 

A tpudy and tfieaeumi nm»dy far DvunUry.—K writar in tha 
Tipperary Fraa Pram recommended the following as an almoit 
iofallibie remedy for Dyeentery. Talce a pint of the flneit flour, 
tie it up in a clean piece of fine lioen or thin mnilin. put it in a 
large saucepan or akillet, cover it over with pure new milk» put 
it by tha fire-ride, where it will rimmer actively by the heat for 
two houn, until it will be reduced to half the quantity, take out 
the flour from the cloth, and spread it on a table, reduce the flour 
to ita original fineneaa with a rolling pin, throw away the milk in 
which it hai been prepared, then put about half a pint of pure 
new milk in a small porringer, boil it on the fire, and when ooil- 
ing thicken it with some of the prepared flour, let the patient take 
n large tea cup fuH of it when cool, and in four or five hours 
more take the same quantity, and the complaint though ever so 
violent or malignant in its nature will be finally arrested in its pro- 
gress. A third quantity may be taken if necessary. 

To Cure DiarrAasa.— Mix 33 drops nil of cinnamon ; 3 fluid 
ounces of lauc^anum ; 4 fluid ounces of compound spirjtsof la* 
vender ; 4 fluid ounces tincture of rhubarb. Dose — ^A tea- 
Rpoonful once in three hours for an adult. The ingredients can 
be procured and mixed at any drug store. 

To Remove Dust from tbb Etc.— Immerse the affected eye 
in a ve#ael of clear cold water, and then rapidly open and shut it 
a few times, when the dust wi|l be washed away. 

HesusciAa^wn of the DrotDued.^The vulgar method of rolling 
drowned persons on barrels, and varions other equally absnrd 
methods of restoring suspended animation, npr doubt, more fre* 
qiiently kiUs than cures. Dr. Mott of the Aiuerican Shipwreck 
Bociety^givea the following directiona which cannot be too exten- 
sively promulgated t— 

" A< soon as the body is removed from the water press the 
chest toddenly and forcibly downward and backward, and instant- 
ly discontinue the pressure. Repeat this without intermissioa 
until a pair of common bellows can be procured; when obtained, 
introduce the nozzle well upon the base ofthe tongue. Surround 
the mouth with a towel or handkerehief, close to it. Direct a by- 
stander to press firmly on the projecting part ofthe neck, called 
Adam's Apple, and use the bellows actively. Then press upon 
the chest to expel the air from the lungsr^to imitate natural. 
. brealbing. Continue this an hour at least, notil signs of natural 
• breathing come on. Wrap the body in warm blankets, and place 
it near the fire, and do everything to preserve the natural warmth, 
a»wcU as to impart artificial heat, if possible. Avoid all* finctioit< 
until respiration shall be in some degree establiahad." 



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Prtpantum (jf Co^«e.— Coffee roaited ooljr till it beeomei 
slightly red, preeorvea the nuximnin of weight and aroma, but 
givea out leaa colourioff matter. Id thii itate 100 pounds are 
Aund to have lost 15, out have increased to the bulk of 130.— 
Roasted to a chestnut color, as is commonly done, the loss is 20 
pi^r cent., while the increase in Tolume is from 100 to 153. This 
sv^ellingofthe grain depends upon the property which the nitro* 
ginous matter depositea within the tissue has ofpuffing up remark- 
ably when heated. If the heat is continued until a dark brown 
color is produced, and the ^rain is covered with a sort of glaze, 
the loss is 25 per cent., while the original quantity of nitrogen, 
245 per cent., is reduced to 177, being a loss of one-fourth.— ^/i- 
man's Journal, 

RscctPT FOR CuRiMG Hami.— 7 Ibs. coarse salt, 5 lbs. brown 
augar, 2 oz. salt petre, ^ oz. pearl ash, 4 gallons of water. Boil 
all together and scum the pickle when cold. Put it on the meat. 
Hams to remain in 8 weeks— beef 3 weeks. The above is for 
100 lbs. weight. It is said that hams cured by this mode are of 
superior quality. It is called the " Newbold receipt," a person 
of that name in New Jersey having, as it is said, attained great 
eelebrity for the excellence of his hams, the mode of curing which 
was kept secret till after his death. 

CuRiifa Hams.— "The following is the mode practiced by W. 
Btickney, of Boston, which has been much admired. To every 
two quarts of a saturated solution of common salt, is added one 
ounce of summer savory, one of sweet marjoram, one of allspice, 
lialf an ounce of saltpetre, and one pound of brown sugar. The 
whole was boiled together, and applied boiling hot to the hams, 
which remained in the pickle three weeks. 

To BoU Bacon. — Soak the bacon for several houra ; take off the 
skin before you boil it ; for it has been proved by experience that 
a pound of bacon boiled tDkitout the tkin will weigh an ounce hea- 
vier than a pound boiled wUh the skin. Fat bacon should be put 
into hot water, and lean into cold water. — Practical Receipts, 

Prkserving Cabbages.— There are several good ways of keep- 
ing cabbages during winter by burying them out of doors. The 
difficulty is, it is hard to get at them during winter, without danuige 
to those left The following plan appears to avoid this difficulty : 
—Cut the head from the stump, and pack closely in a ca8k, tak- 
ing care to fill up all the vacancies with chaff or bran, and keep 
in 1 dry celkir. 

Karlt Lbttuce.- Take up the plants, which have been sown 
in the open ground in autumn, and set them in a hot bed as aoou. 
as it is made, and they will be fit for the table two weeks earlier 
than those from teed sown in the bed. 

Caw ADA Thistles. — J. B., of Oneonta, N. Y., gives us his mode 
of destroying Canada thistles. He says—" Salt them— use salt 
freely, and your cattle and horses will gnaw and stamp them to 
death. If some thistles appear the second year, repeat the process, 
knowing that the salt is not wasted if a little is < troddetn under 
foot of men* or of beasts." 



imei 
h, but 
!• are 

130.— 

iaSO 

Thii 

nitro* 

koiark- 

>rowa 

[glaze, 

irogen, 

-saii- 

rown 
Boil 

meat. 

IB for 

are of 
person 
1 great 

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Another method of destroying Canada thistles lahf cutting them 
as close to the ground an possible with a scythe, in the month ot 
June, or while thoy are in fresh bloom. If cut before rain, so 
much the better, as the water will be likely to get into the hollow 
stalk and rot it. 

To COOK Parsnips. — Persons who have never eaten parsnips 
cooked according to the following mode, have no idea what an 
excellent dish the^ are :— Scrape the parsnips, wash and slice them 
lengthwise ; boil m just water enough to cover them till thorough- 
ly done. Then put in a piece of butter, with a little salt and pep- 
per. Beat up an egg with a spoonful of flour, and pour over 
them ; they are then ready to dish up. Parsnips are likewise very 
good, split once and roasted with pork in the dripping-pan. 

Parsnips for Hoos.— The Prairie Farmer says they are the 
best of all roots for this purpose, and states that a'hog, uSi months 
old, and weighing alive 750 lbs., never ate anything but raw 
parsnips and sour milk. 

Remedy for the Heaves.-^Take one hundred and eighty grains of 
tartar emetic, and divide it into three equal doses of sixty grains 
each. Mix .one of them in wet bran, and give it to the horse. — 
Repeat the dose once in two days, and this disease will be greatly 
alleviated, if not perfectly cured. — Par. Far. 

Cure for tke Foot Rot in l^eep. — Take honey 4 oz. ; nitrate of 
copper 1 oz. ; strong ascetic acid 2 drachms ; rub down the nitrate 
of copper thoroughly in a wedge wood or porcelain mortar, and 
gradually mix it with honey ; then add the ascetic acid so as to 
form a mixture of uniform consistency, and apply it to the feet of 
the sheep. 

To prevent Dogs from killing Sheep, a New York farmer recom- 
mends bells being put on one or two sheep in each flock ; for a 
aheep-killing dog being a sneaking creature is apt to start ,oif on 
heanng the noise ; and another advantage of the bell is the warn- 
ing it gives when the sheep are chafed, especially at night, when 
they are generally still, unless disturbed by intruders. 

A RiMEDT FOR Rats. — PulveHzed cantbarides, spread on bread 
and butter, are said to be a positive remedy for rats — after par- 
taking of the dish, they generally leave the premises altogether. 

Coal Ashfs fop. Manurk— M. Allegany Co., Pa. So far as 
our observation goes, coal ashes are not a very valuable manure ; 
we think they do, however, generally produce some benefit. On 
heavy soils, their mechanical efiect is favorable in making the soil 
more open. Sometimes they contain iron and sulphur in so large 

Snantities as to render their application injurious to vegetation, 
fixing them with fresh lime or strong wood ashes, might in such 
eases be useful. 

Plaster for the Interior of Houses. ^Take air-slacked lime eight 
parts ; sifted plaster (gypsum) four parts ; powdered quick-lime 
one part ; mix well together in small quantities with water, and 
use immediately. This composition under ordinary circnoistan- 
ces will not crack. 

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19 regayded as rich, fknWmng, solid manure, or 3.600 tons daily. 
This amdtinl would J-ichly manure ^v.ery. year more than 50^00 
acres of land. 

^AsPAitAOus —fibrticttlturists say thai the best Way to kill wced^ 
ton dsptirtigiis bfed* is to water them liberall^r with pork or beef 
britte. I'hesaltkiHsthd" Weeds, while it ndttrishe'i the asparagns, 
which y a njirlhe pltfnt; and grows the bettei^ f6r hn ving swtt. 

^doMbody hrtssaid that water in which {>otatoes have been boil- 
•di tplHnkled tirpon plL ^t!9<>f any kind, 'i^ sure death to all insects 
id eVery iE*tfige?of their fextetence. 

Rata may t>^ got rid of, it is iaid; by placing a mixlure of flour 
k^d Hoae near their holes. 

Metr are Kke bugles; the more brass they contain the further 
yoii can hear ihem. Ladies are like tuHps the more modest and 
retiring they appear, the belter you love them. 

ItrtHJstRt,— There is more fan in sweating* an hou r than in 
yawning a century. 



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ADDENDA, &c. 

Since the pages rontalnin? the Roll of Barrislere and Altnrnies wcie 
priGted, Bernard C, Fnel, Samuel B. Davidson, Douglas B. Swvens, 
John Henry P'lair, Charles VVatiers, ,Fas. G. Siev^ns, Cbas. Simonds, 
Ward Chipman Drary, Henry B. Robiubon^ A. B. and John P. Jones, 
Esquires, have Ijeen enrolled Barristers; ood Allwon Lewis, George 
SkefflnglonGciriMtier.' Henry W. Frilh, Peler Muchei!, Jun., Charltrs 
W. Stockton, WiHiam Wilkinson, William Hutchiuspn, and George 
G. Gilbert, Av B., have heeiradmiUed AHornies. 

To iheh&tof Member* of ibe B^,»irfbler«^ Society. J^mes J. K»yf, 
Andrew .Mack*nna, and Charles' Watins, Es<jniresi have- been added. 

•Biiiiwi Mimbtr9ofthe Extciilive Cotipcil, niai?Ang their rank btf. 
$pcciarpetmiainoA(>J'ffer\}ftipsty~[{it\m\(r(i at png** 17)— The Hon. 
Charles Sin»r»nd«) Hou. John Monigomery, Hon. WiHtam AULeod 
■and Hon.' John Ai.'en. 

Rural Deans intli* Dloeaat of New-Brwu^mck — (Omitted at page 
53.) — Fradpriclon — VeneraJ le Archdeacon Goster; Ssint John— Rev. 
I. W. p. Gray, D. D. • Sjiot Andrews- Rev. J^-rome Alley, D. D. j. 
MiMwdfthi— 'Rrv; 'S»mu<»l Baon ; Shediac-* Rev. George S. Jarvis, 
D;D.V'VVeedsflock>-Rev, S; D. L. Street; Kingston ^llev.WjUtam 
E.' Scnvil. 

'NeieBtim^ekJc''Binii'fit rluUdln^ Svdety and Savings' Fund.— 
T^uil^esr; W!*h aseer ai'ihe Board- William Wrtjjhf, Ro7)en F. Ha- 
««t),V*i»ll"Plenr?'C'htiM»; E^qnires : Direcinrs- Charles Drury. Cbas. 
B. Raymond, Bdwarii L;Jarvis, John H'. Gray. Jiimes A«ivew, Gen. 
Wheeler, James PoyniZi John C. Liitlehale, and S«muel H«vi?bo«»,. 
Esquire; Bankers — Bank of New-Brunswifk ; ^j»li»itor9— M«!<rs, 
Jirvift & T'*Vham ; Secrclrtry-Charles L. Sirtei. Office ol ibe So- 
cieiy* Prince Wil/iam-stfeei, Si. John. 

-ffr'Arps^e 17, 2.Mine, 8ij>aee 57. 7th lln*^; and pagtf 58 3J line, I'dr- 
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Offers for sale at the above Establishment, an extensive assortment of 
CHEAPEST ANP BEST 

School-Books and Stationery, 

A large collection of 
Standard and Miscellaneous Works ; 

Superfine Laid and Wove WRITING PAPERS ; 

Pocket Boolcs, Card Cases, Albums, Dratoing Pencils ; 

Quills, Steel Pens, Wafers, Wax, Office Tape ; 

Parchment, Inks and luk Powders, Slates ; 

COPY BOOKS ; MEMORANDUM BOOKS ; 

Blank Books, Picture Fratnea ; 

Drawing Paper ; ARTISTS' MATERIALS; 

Fulton and Knight's Pronouncing Dictionary ;; 

The TUTOR'S ASSISTANT, by Lawrie,--with Key ; 

traxrx'vragB.sAX, spasxacxaxTG oseoK, 

HEW EDITION — 1846 ; 

British Primer, Mother's Catechism, Gray's Arith- 
metic, Fogo's GEOGRAPHY, &c. &c. &c. 

The latest and best Editions: such as are in 

general tiec throughout the Provinces— 

Primers, Spelling Books^ Readers^ Grammars, Diciion-^ 
aries. Geographies, Catechisms, Arithmetics, Classical Works, Sfc, 

MAPS of the British Provinces in North America ; 

PLANS OF \ TIE CITY AND HARBOUR ; 

MODERN GEOGRAPHY, 

Designed for use in Schools throughout this British Celonies, 

By JAMES PATERSON, L L. D. Prtncipal of the Grammar 
School, Saint John, Netc-Brunsmck. 

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The Stock being regularly and frequently 
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
coirsiSTiird w part of 

Froiit tbd wdilcs of the beHtMasteri ; 

PAPlElt MACHIE GOODS; JAPAN'D WARES; 
Fime BiriJiM I«iiMtret; 

CZlMXii^; MiDBllM^MBTIIBS^ 

and other Ghimney Ornaments ; 
^ose vr/oody JTtorocco, and Russia I^eather 

WORK BOXES, DRESSiDilil CASES, &e.: 
B* fink Books, Eiadies' Oomiiaiiions,&c. 

rpeeKosT .i5xrt& ^TABtiB etrTX^BXiir ; 

PLATED, GERHAN SILVER, and BRITANNIA 

nSTAL WAldB, in great variety ; 
Block Tin Ware; Guns and Pistols s 

FRENCH GLOVES ; Artificial FLOWERS ; 

^ ^ l^onzes ; Looking-glass Hates i 
PLATE AND PICTURE GLASS ; 

GOIiD I^EAF; 

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84, King William-street, MansioibHeade, 

TRU3TEF^: 

ThotiiasHalifftx. junior, Es<^ire» Thomu Hoaih. Baquire, Francis 

Mills, Esquire, Clauda Edward Scatt, Esquire. 

DIRECTORS: 
Frencit Mills, Esquire, Chairman ( Thomas Heath, Efqiiirft, De- 
puty Chatrman; John L. Bennett^ William Chippindiila, Ed- 
ward Sept. Codd, John Harvey, Edwin Leaf. WJlliamLyall, 
Thomas Morgan, John Stewart, Barclay F. Watson, J. J 
Zurnlin, Esqjuirea. 

AUDITORS^ 
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PHYSICIAN: 
0r. Tweedie, F^R.S., 30, Monta£;iie Place, Bedford Square. 

SOLICITOR: 
John Saunders Bo wden, Esquire, .66, Aldermaubury. 

BANKERS: 

Messrs. Glyn, HailAix. Mills <&Co^, Sir Clandt Scott, Bt. & Co. 

On the 33d Jnne, 1847, the second division ofsuKpIns waf made. 
The reversionary Bonus averaged 53| per cent on the premiums 
received during the last five years l and the equivalent reduction 
averaged 31^ percent, on the premiums payable until the next-di- 
vision, which will be in 1852. 



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The Subicribers having opened the Store fronting on Prince Wil- 
liam Street, in the Building occupied by the '* Courier " Office 
and News Room, with a general assortment of BOOKS and 
STATIONERY, would solicit public attention to their Stock, 

WHICH COMPRISES— > 

Bibles, Prayer Books and Psalm Books, 

in great variety, and some at extremely low prices ; 

AN ASSORTMENT 0? CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS ; 
Religious, Literary, Historical & Juvenile Works ; 

CHEAP POPULAR PUBLICATIONS, 

British and American ; 

INCLUDING 

The ]Vew-Bran§wick SPCIililNO BOOK, 

and the Publications of the ' 

National Board of Education in Ireland ; 
LEDGERS, JOURNALS, BAY, and MEMORANDUM BOORS : 

in various sizes and styles of binding ; 

CHARTS OF THfi HARBOURS OF ST. JOHN 

AJXril ST. AB'DOa.K'WS, 

Surveyed by Lieuts. Hardinj;, Kortri^ht and Shortlatid. under the 
Girders of Capt. the Hon. W. F. W. Owen, R. N. ; 

MEDIUM, POST, FOOLSCAP, POT, LETTER & NOTE PAPEM, 

ASSORTED ; 

JSnvelopes, Cards, Wax, Wafers, Copying Presses, 
Steel Pens, Pocket Books, Card and NtxdU Cases, 

And a general assortment of such o^her articles as are usnaliy kept 

in a Stationery Establbhraent,— which wHi be disposed 

uf at moderate prices. 

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THE Sabscriber respectfully infornnf the inhabitant! of the 
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RVBRY DESCRlFTIOir OF 

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and SLIPPERS, of every variety; 
GIRLS' BOOTS and SHOES oP every description ; 
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS and SHOE^ ofevery sort— from the 

finest to the strongest in nse ; 
LUMBERMEN'S BOOTS ofall quahties ; 

STOUT BOOTS, for FIELD WORK ; 

BOYS' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES of every 

quality, style and price ; 
Children*s Boots and Shoes in every variety that may be required. 

LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, YOUTHS' & CHILDREN'S 

Ladies', Gents', Misses', Boys', and Childrens' HOSIERY, 

of every description ; 

Ladies* and Gentlemen's Gloves in great variety ; 

LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S 

Silk and Gingham UlKEBBEIili AB ; 

TRAVELLING BAGS AND TRUNKS, 

of all sizes and qualities ; 

mraiiZSH, fbskoh akd ambrzoait 

FAPIE HAMGXM6S, 

of every quality and price. 

And in addition to the Stock of SHOES, Hosiery, 

PAPER, UMBRELLAS, &c. there will be kept at the 
Store in FREDERICTON, a full assortment of 

Gentlemen's HATS, of all qualities : 

AND A GREAT VARIETY OF 

Gents', Youths' and Children'^ OAFS. 

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WISTAH'3'SALSAM0rWIl.Ii,aM. 



ExeUr, Me., Sept 29, 1845. 

Thii certifi^!? that I have recommended the use of Dr. WIS- 
TAR'S BALSAM OF W1LU CHERRY for diteasei of the 
Lungfl, for two years past, ond many bottles to my knowledge 
have been nsed by my patients, all with beneficial re&ulta. In 
two case*, where it was thought confirmed consumptioik had ta- 
ken place, (he Wild Cherry effected a cure. 

E. BOYOEN, Physician at Exeter Cornw. 

' Dr. Bradford Knapp, of Crown Point, N. V., in a letter dated 
Angust 3d, 1&45, says ;--"In the course of my practice in thifr vi- 
cinity I have tested in some good degree, the i^od qualitiea of 
IVistar's Balsam of Wild C/ierry in Pulmonary Complaints, and I 
now wish to procure a supply of the medicine." 

Dr. A.Macnair, ofTarlwro, North Carolina, writes us under 
date of Feb. 14, 1847, that he has used Dr. VVistar's Balsam of 
Wild Cherry in hi» practice the last eighteen months, and eoneiders 
it the best preparation of the kind he ever saw, and knows of 
none so deservmg the public patronage. 

Dr. Wm. A. Shaw, of Washington, N. 0„ writes, underdate 
ofMay 1,1846, as follows: 

" I have heard of many cases of decided beneficial effscta from 
its use, especially in Asthma and chronic cough of spasmodic cha- 
racter. 1 have used the Wild Cherry a great deal in practice, 
and with t»arked good results in those cases of great nervoas mo- 
bility, to which phthisical patients are subject. The combinjilion 
of these principles in Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry is ivgenious 

Medical men are justly dislrustnil of Patent Medicines in gene- 
ral, biH candor most diserinitnate between outrageous humbugs 
and nowwmr atrd thosft- medicines which have proved salutary, 
and in matay:weNatteM«d cases curative." 

Dr. Hoffman, Huntingdon, Pa., cured echild of Asthma with it, 
after he deolar«d>be eoukl de no moie with hie medioinei and the 
child niust die. 

Dr, Freleigh, of Sangerties^ N. Y.. says he cored liiver Com- 
plaint of four years standing, that wouUl not yield to the usual re- 
medies. 

A-braham Skilntan, M. D., of Bonndbrook, N. J., say*' it ig;lhe 
tiest medicine for Consumption in etfery stage that he has ever 
known. We might ref^srynu to hundreds of cases, had we room, 
that would convince all of i?s great virtue. 

E^itdirs^ lawyers^ clergymen, and almost ererycltisaftare &tlast 
found out that Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is what " it is re- 
commended to be," th)} v«Y^ boftt medicine to he fdund. It cures 
or f«il«reft^ir auctions of the Lun^vvlicfn ifDthing «lse wilt. 

tOTNone gmmnewdass sigmd L BUTTS on ths.torajfifi£n 
*/Formdsby FETEM Sf TILLEY, St.Jchn, New*Brmsmdt. 



CST»A<OIIDIIIAB,V CDAB8 

BY 

HOLL OWATS OINTM EI^T. 

A Wonderful Cure of dreadful Uloeronft 
§oret in the Faee and Xev* In P. £• Island. 

Tke truth of this Statement wa* duly atteuied before a Magistrate. 

I, Hugh Macdor ald. of Lot 55, in King's County^ do hereby 
declare that a inoRt wonderful preservation ofiny life has been ef- 
fected by the uk:<! of Hollo way's Pills and Ointment; and Ifurtber- 
niore declare, tlint I was very much afflicted with Ulcerous Sores 
in my Face and Leg; so severe wan my complaint that the great* 
er part of my nose and the roof of ray mouth was eaten away, and 
uiy leg had three large ulcers on it, and that I applied to several 
Afedical gentlemen, who prescribed for me, but I found no relief. 
My strength was rapidly railing every day and the malady on the 
increase : when I waa induced to try Hollo way's Medicines. Af- 
ter taking two or three boxes. I experienced so much relief, and 
found the progress of the dijiease was so much arrested, thiit I 
was enabled to resume my ordinary labours in the field. The sores 
which were so disagreeable and repulsive to behold are now near- 
ly all healed. Having received such truly beneficial aid, I feel 
my«elf bound to express my gratitude to the person by whose 
means I have thus been restored from the pitiable and miserable 
state I was in ; and for the sake of humanity make known my 
case, that others similarly situated might be relieved. 

(Signed) HUGH MACDONALD. 

This declaration made before me, at Bay Fortune, the 3d day of 
September, 1845. JOSEPH COFFIN, Justice of the Peace. 

The above case of Hiigh Macdonald of Lot 55, came personal- 
ly under my observation ; and when he first applied tp me to get 
some of the Medicines, I thought his case utterly hopeless, and 
told him that his malady had got such hold that it wait only ihlrow. 
ing his money away to use them. He, however, persisted in try- 
ing them, and to my astonishment, I find what be has aforesaid 
stated to be perfectly correct, and consider the case to be a most 
wonderful cure. 

(Signed) WILLIAM UNDERHAY, Bay Fi>rtiiiid. 

A cute of RihgtrOrm of fonr yeaihi Utniidillg. 

Copy of a Letter from Mrs. Grace Moro, 6, Hemlock Court, 
Carey-street, Lond&h, 6tA November, 1S<5. 

To Professor HoLLowAY.—Sir.-^About four years ago my little 
girl cadght the Ringworm, and althongh I have ever since had ad- 
vice from many Doctors, and tried every mieans to get rid of it. 
yet I was Unable to do so. About three weeks ag« I was induced 
to try some cf your Pills arid Ointment, and I am mbst happy t» 
say, the result has bden ti perfect cure. 

(Signed) GRACE MORO. 
, Skin diseases peculiar to any part of the Globe, may bi» 
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Cofjf ^fa LfMtrffWi Mf. JM^hpildon,Jun. a Ftfriner, Eatt Kmi^ 
neat SpiUby^ Lineoln$Hiref Hth Aprilt 1846. 

To Pror«aM>»{IiMAi^4ii^4'S'^»*^^ iia«d tl|i^jrnrtificaUon to an- 
nonoce to you a mo«t wonderful cure wroiigot iiipon myoeir by 
the use of ^our Otntment and Pilla. I had a severe attack of 
Eryiipelaa m mj right foot^^bidi estonded along uiy ankle, and 
W84 attended with tw^lUngand infl^ininsaticin-to an alarming de- 
gree, inaomuch tliat I waa unable to move without tlie me of 
crutches. I consnhed a very eminent Physician, besides other 
medical men, bijit to no purpoM. At \ti»t 1 tried your Ointment 
and Pills, when, atrange to sat, in leas than two Weeks the swel- 
ling and inilammatiott grs^nallj aubsided to such a degree that I 
was enabled to pnrime my dariy avocation, to the utter surprise 
and amazement of tbop^ wlio were aeqtiainted with my ease, see* 
ing thai 1 was eared so oiiiekly. I and my faoftily are welt known 
here, as rav father holdi nis^rra under the Rev. J. Spence, Recto e 
of our parish. (Signed) JOSEPH GILDON. 

The, l^eMMitimnyi Br,Brl9lif« af Bly-plnce*, 

Hcflborn, as to the' Extraordinary Power of Holldway'a Ointment,, 
in the Cure of Ulcerated Sores. 

Extraet of a LeiUrfrom the abtn» ceUbraUd Ph»yidan<. 

To Professor HolIoway.-~Sir,— I think it but an act of jnstico 
to inform yon that I have tried your Ointments in several' old ca<* 
•es of Ulcerated Sore Legs, which for a considerable time had re- 
sisted every kind of treatment, butwhioh were afterwards effec- 
tually cored by its use. In the treatment of Bad Breasts I hav» 
also found your Ointment of the greatest service. Indeed froui- 
my pfap^oal knowledge, I conceive it to be a most invaluable 
remedy. (Signed) RICHARD 0RIGHT, Ift. D. 

HCIil4l40WAY»S OINTMENT will cure any 

caiys of Bad Legs, Ulcerous Sores, Bad Breasts, Sore Nipples^ 
Ciders, Tumours, ^^^Hings, Contracted or Stiff Joints, Gout. 
RheutaM^im. Lumtyago. Burns, Scalds, Chilhlainp, Chapped 
ilanda %nd Lips^ .Bunions* Soft Corns, Piles, the Biteof Moschet- 
toes, Salid-flifHi, Ciiiego-foot, Yaws, CocO-bay, and aQ Skiiri Dis- 
easiM, coqunon, to Europie, or to the East and West Indies,, or 
other tropicAl climes. 

HOLLOW AY'S PILLS gboRld be taken in most 
ini(ippl|i;P^n n^ thnPio|n«in|«.iJ| nrj^er to,purify iho >loo(Jl 
and invj|oraie the i^stem. 

fbese truly inv«laable Pills and dbcment can be obtained at the 
Eafalilisbnent of Pfofeseor RoUoway, n«sr Tesnpls Bar, Londoo, and 
of Patatfa^lfc TtCikt* AgetlUf No. a.lCtat^tt. S«. John, ffii^%t#iis- 
wielt; Jas. P. Qale, Pr#dertei«ni t W^T. Baird, VfTaodsloek $ Alevaji.- 
der Leekhart^|3Miaeoi Jes. Beek^ Bead «^ Peiticodlse; 0»> R. Ssyr*. 
Xhtfkml mi i^ BmyShfimiiohn Lewis, HilUhoroagti; Itaao 
ToraMf H^paaiflii C^ge W. Uob*o, aod Joba Curry, Caonioii 
8em«fl'rateff, KingatiM} B. S. MeOnaal^i Uraod Lskt; H«fK 
MeMonagjIe, Him«i^ValerJaglea B. White, 6eltisi«-*in boxes at 

jHr^e^Mlii^^ art ojfhtd to tw:kP<A, 



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toan- 
^0ir by 
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lie, and 
log de- 
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that I 
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SHIP GHAIVDLERY 

ANDOROOBRT. 




9otw*t Wharf end Wsrdnitreet, 

THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM 

SIIPBUILDEKS, OWNEBS, AND MERCHANTS 

^hat he keeps constantly on hand, 

FDR SAliE AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES* 

^ jqomplete assortment of every article in his line, 

— COWSISTlirO OF— 

CORDAGE, CANVASS, LfflES, TWINES, 
Pitcb, Tar, Vamish, Oil, Faint, Ptttty, 

JMimacle dk Forecattle I^ampsy I<aiit]ioir|u> 

Mantieal iBstrnmentfi and Bookiy 

C0Hh Stores^ JBou4€d Sior€$y Ste. 

6EAE OJS HIEE FOB THI! USE OF SHIPPIMO : 

StmoBf emo Ban, WhuHm, Timber CImM md J>og8, Qrif§, 

Cnnt^ut OawMf Jaek-Sereuii, Ghms, temng Mfckt, 

Rumntr$f Can^Hooki, Whel-Banowi, kc- 4re. 

■ r3r»HlPPI»rO SUPPLIEpWiTH VTATER* 

J0»N WALKER. 



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HOLLOViY'S PILLS. 

The Testimony of a Cleryyinaii vondiluff 
to EleTeueaAes of Cures bftneie Wonder- 
ful Pills. 

Eztract of a LiBtttr from ths Rm. Chorgt^ Prior, Curate of Meomgl^, 

Letter Kemy, Carr%gairtjrekmd\ Vith Jemmry, 1B46. 

To ProOiM^r HplUWay. 

Sir,— I lend you a orade list of tomo ^^iMtt Mtef, all cured by 

the uie of your Pills, I cannot exaedy gWe you aprofeasional name 

to the various complaints, hut thU fmiotOf aome of them haffUd the 

$kiU ofDerrw and/iis Cmmt^ In aprevious letter this geni^nian 

statfa asCfdlows t-^Wuhin a short diataa^e of my home nRides 

a small fi^rmer, who for more than twenty years has been in a bad 

•tate of health; 4lfrs. Prior gave him a box of the Pills, which did 

him so much ^|ood that I beard him. say, Jbr twenty years past be 

never atQ iOalood-or enjoyed, it so, mwph, 9* since t»wn«yj?"' ?**'■• 

• <Sign^) GEORCfeTOIOR. 



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VThe^iAote reverend and piuos ^entl^man n^urfhfuwd soipe^ 
pounds worth of the Pills for the benefit of his po<fr parishioiierff. 

Bad ]M«estlon» witli extreme Weakness dc 
^cMMIy-i^^«a'B^^f<>^9r4Mmry . C»«e» * 

>Wf. T.%HDHn:R.«f No. 9, Brownjitroet, Grxtetve^o^-Mgs^re. 
had been in a very bnd state of health for a long tioiie, ^Witwg 
much from a distended Stomach, vc^ry impaired Digestion, with 
coi|>ti»i| pajtts In his Chesty was extrepaely nervous ,, and- f® J'1*^' 
WdeMKated ae soareely able to walk one bundred yai^sidur^ng 
the 4«^B*iii|iodof hk^eclinifigMa^tb Jt M t|ie advice oCfoar of 
tha «i^ eminont-phyiiotaoe besides filr» surgeon4 i>f tbiimi^test 
QsMni^ittJ^P«ddn' *VW whose aid he derived jio »M»[;«m w^ 
ever, ^rasllie hadreeourso to Holltfwa/s Pills, which he^deoiilee 
effected a perfect cure in a very stort tiiiie, and that he is now a» 
strong Ap^Yigocons as ever he vvas in his life. ^This^ being so ex- 
traermttarV lipase, may kad maBy parsons^aUnoil to dltilbt |his 
statement, it might lhorefore»i)e, fieeessary t^siay that Mr. Gardi- 
ner i| a broker and wejl known. 

«Jinre oialc^fltmed Aitlinia* aeeompimlM 

Eztr^ of A IMBrJrom John fhirti^son, Eetf., PrMrkUr of the 
%tHrt^ Guardian, Mmagk, ITlft iiljntl; J846. 

wh^idel^ liln«i# ^9^)iw>er last. On h'ts way here, from 
thechto^ of weather ofu tropical to a moist climate, he caught 



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t very violent coW, which prodinccd a confirmed ease of AsUtina. 
Ill Decemberlast he comiQenced taking your Pills, and by the ute 
uftwo 11«. boxein, with two 4». fid. potd of your Ointment well 
rubbed into hid breast, he iit I «m iiappy to tay, notonly qnite'Cwm/ 
vfthe Asthma, butia alao baeooie eo atrong.aod vigoroua, that he 
informed nte yesterday he oonld now run round the Mall, with any 
pterson in the city, and that be never got any medicine equal to your 
Pllla and Ointment. (Signed) J. THOMPSON. 

Ifhe Earl of .AMborsough Cuved of a liirer 
umd Stomacli^^ Contplaltit . 

Bxtract of a Letter ftom'HiaLordshipy daud Villa Metsina, Litgkorn^ 

21it February,. lS4ic>. 

To Professor HoLLowA,r. 
?SiR, — Varions circnoastances prevented the possibility of my 
thanking you before this time for your politeness in sending me 
your Pills as you did. I now take this opportunity of sending you 
an order for the amouAt. and, at the same time, to add. that your 
Pills have effected a cure of a dinojider in my Liver and Stmuach, 
which all the moat eminent of the Faculty at home* and all. over 
the Continent, had not been ablo to effect ; nay, not evea.the 
watersi of Carli4>ad and Afarianbad. I wish to have another Box. 
sand a Pot of the Ointment, incaiie any of my family should ever 
require either. Your mostqbliged and obedient Servant. 

(Signed) ALI>BOROUGU. 

The mighty powsrs of these extraofdinary Pills mil 
do* wonders- in anyt of the following Complaints : — 



Ague Aflthmi 
Bilious CDnipiaints 
Blotche** Off lhii€$kin^ 
Qowel Complaints 
Conaumption 
Colics 
Constipation of the 

Bowelf 
(Debility 
Dropsy 
Dyaentel'y 



Erysinelan 

Female Irregu larities 

FevxRs of all kinds 

Fits Gout 

Headtache 

, Indigeation 

Inflammation 

.^ndice 

,yver ComplHints 

Xumbago Piles 

Rheumatism 



Hetenttoii of Urine 
•Sore Throats 
Scrofula ojrKinj'.f Evil 
Stone and Gravel 
gfecondary filymptoma 
Tic-Douloureax 
Tumonrs UIcer» 
Venereal A'flfections 
W^HMtaof aU kindti- 
Weakness^ from w^iat^ 

ever cjime, &c. A^, 



: 03* Sold by the- Propriator, ■2'i4{ Strand, (near l*em pie Bar.) 
London; and by PBTBRS St^ TILLEY, Provincial 4ga!is,.Ho. 
2i King street; 'Saint lobn, N. B., iatn«« F. Gale, Fred^ricto^: 
W. T. BaJrd.'W&oditock; Ale>x»nder Lockhart, Clnaco •, Jami^ 
Beck; Bend(>fF£^^it«odiac;.0vHf.Sayre, Qqic^tar; John BeU, 
Shediiu: I iohc^. ikme, ,if iUabarough,;. John Gnny, Cti«iBinf ;M. 
Wood, Shi^diafCi ini^iimiw,G,,Whitc. BeUi»b?--»in potraiKl 
Ikoxes, at Is, 9d<4 4ff. ^.'ftndfs. etoti. There is avery consider- 
able saving in^ taking the larger fises. 

•Cf^DirwiHtiiis fortbe gu Wince of Patieul«itt 
eveiry Disorder aie affixed to eacfci Box. 




IHDEX. 



Af ricttUoril Sseieij, 8l. Jofin, M 

AJMihMM, ftc.~St. J«b8, at 
Appraitefs of Datliblt Artieltt, 4S 

Armr—Stair, 4io. 67 

fiaokfttptcy CoAdiinioncrt, / 18 

Baplitt Educalioo Society, 46 

Btrrittorf and AttoraiM, 80 

Barii»ur»' Socittj, 48 

Bibif Socici7i 66 

BttUdiof Sodetj, 89 

Caloodor Ptitt, 6-16 

C hamb^r of Com mereo, 96 

CbaradoK, Enigoai, 8w. 76 

Cbaiah Socittf , 66 

Ciiy ofSaiai Jobn, 94 

Cltrfy, 68 
Cotlfgo, King's (Predaricton) 46 

Colon ill Ooftrnon, 71 

OomanisMriat, 67 

Cottotiog-HooM Calendar, 88 

Coamy ofSaioi John, 31 

Vorlr, 84 

Obarlotta, *) 36 

Sooborf, # 86 

QnecB'a, 87 

King's, 87 

Wtatmorlaod, 88 

Noributebarland, 89 

Ktnt, 40 

Qloncetler, 40 

GarltioD, 41 

Roitigovcba, 49 

Alton, 48 

Cotrti*- Cbaoctrf , 1 8 

Supremo, 18 

Yice-Admlraliy. 18 

Prtfbato, 19 
Marriage and Divorce, 19 

Piracy, 19 

Qaarier SoeaioBt, 19 

Deanti Rvrai 89 

Bebpeeei 9 

Eaif rauoH Ofllcera, 47 

Bogiaf er Deparioieot, 68 

E^ottioo of Time, 3 

9x6C«titf CooDcii; 17 

fKmlMt df tba Cbortb, 9 

Hhrriieiie, 67 

Harbonr-Maater'e Feet, 98 
Holtdoy^ at tbo Piiblle OflieM, 9 

ftoaao «r Ao«eari>l]r, 17 
Iimp(eior8,lM. (City St. Jbba.) 96 



iDstractivt and amaiing, 78 

loffaraace CompaDieo, 88 

Interett Table, 83 

Joint Stocii Companiet, 60 

Land Company, 69 

Legialatife Cottucil, 17 

Ligbt Houaes, 7| 

Lunatic Aaylom, 47 

Madraa School, 46 



Marina Hoapiial, Saint John, 96 
Market Tolls. Saint John, 31 
Mnaooie Lodgas, 69 

Mecbaniaa' Insiitota, St. John, 96 
Militia, 68 

Navy, 70 

Nouriaa, Pttblio 98 

Oflkera of tba Crown, 18 

Lagiatative Conncili 17 
HoQse of Assembly, 17 
Her Majesty's Cnstoms, 44 
ProTinctai Ratenua, 44 
Ofnee of Audit, 46 

Parish of Portland, ftc. 83 

Penitentiary Commissionera, 47 
Phil-Harmonic Society. 48 

Pott Waidena, Saint John, 94 
Province of New* Brnoa wick, 17 
Postmasters, . . 46 

PiloU, Port of Saint John, 94 
public Functionaries~U. S. 
Conool, Agania for Lloyd'a, 
Commiaaiooara of OoTcm- 
meni Hoosa, and for esa* 
mining Steam Boats, In- 
spectora of Sa? ioga* Banka, 
dtc. 47 

Queen and Royal Family, 70 
Railroad Co. (St. Andrews) 61 
Rates of Anchorage, St. John, 98 
Pilotaiie, do. 98 

Wharfage and Slippage, 99 
Cartage, 30 

Weigbinf. 81 

Hackney-Cosch Faraa, SI 
Haad-Carts, dte. 81 

Roadaaod.Dialaneta, 74 

Saviaca' Bank, St. John, 36 

Signals for Veaarls, 4 

Sun's Semidiameter, 3 

Supervisors w Great Roada, 48 
Surrogates and Regiitrara, 19 
TImr for taiiftfthA' tba Fills, 4 
Vaaelne ^HabHshmant, 47 

Wealeyaa Academy, 46 



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78 
S3 
83 
SO 
S9 

ir 

71 
47 
48 
88 

31 

88 

Jobs, 98 

68 

70 

98 

18 

17 

17 



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cii. 

DttOlM, 44 



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• 

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48 
88 

47 
48 

94 
17 
46 
94 



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$t. Jobs, 

do. 

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30 



47 
70 
61 
98 
98 



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81 
3t 
31 
74 
98 
4 
3 
48 
19 



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fttrarC. 
tb« rails, 4 
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